A huge church in Manchester for a long time. The entire church is also a very important history. The Ministry of Transport can visit it for free. The nearby public transportation is also very good. You can see a lot of good things here. .
The largest church in the area, because it was rebuilt after the war, looks relatively new inside, but it is very beautifully decorated. The overall building is in Gothic style, and there is also a garden to which the church belongs.
It's not clear why the Big Ben and the church bell tower are being repaired this time in England, although the great repairs on the facade affect the quality of the photos, but the inside is quite wonderful. This church is free to visit, and the main hall is surrounded by a variety of stained glass, a huge dome with a few sculptures that are eye-catching.
Not too big but calming. Gothic style fits the usual church features. I gave it three stars. Europe has many churches and many churches with its flaws. Maybe it's the reason for the many,
Dating back to the 15th century, the Manchester Cathedral has experienced quite a bit of history! After Henry VIII broke away from the Roman Catholic Church, the Cathedral's riches were confiscated. During the English Civil war in the mid 17th century, pitched battles were fought inside and around the Cathedral between the Royalists (those supporting Charles I, the Stewarts, and the Anglican Church) and the Roundheads (Oliver Cromwell loyalists). Also Ann Lee, the founder of the religious movement called the Shakers interrupted services here when she lived in Manchester. The church was targeted by the Nazi Luftwaffe and received a direct head during the bombings of 1940. Yet through all this the Church maintains it's quiet dignity and beauty. It is a must see while in Manchester!
an absolutely beautiful building with stunning architecture. Definitely worth a look!
An ancient church but a relatively new cathedral. A place of stillness amongst the bustle of Manchester City centre
Stop in the Manchester Cathedral and see the modern stained glass windows. The medieval church was extensively refaced, restored and extended in the Victorian period, and again following bomb damage in the 20th century.
A peaceful haven in the city, the cathedral also host concerts. They also have underfloor heating, so sneak your shoes off and feel the lovely warm floor underneath your toes.