As the largest Gothic church north of the European Alps, York Minster has no reason not to go. The stained-glass windows here are the oldest and well-preserved windows of York Minster. Most of the stained glass dates back to 1250. The patterns depict the Bible stories and the actions of the saints to educate. The church built with stone is magnificent and exquisitely crafted. It has remained solid and straightforward for hundreds of years. Built in the 15th century choir screen, the 15 kings who were in the position from William I to Henry VI were painted as kings, with portraits of 7 and 8 kings. Walking through the screens and choirs, to the Church of Our Lady, behind the altar and the stunning East Window. The area of the Great East Window is equivalent to a tennis court. It is one of the most important parts of this cathedral. It depicts the world of creation in Genesis and the end of the world in Revelation. It is quite shocking. If you climb the top of the tower more than 70 meters, you can see the panoramic view of York, but you have to climb 275 stairs at the top of the tower. Don't ask me how to stick to it. In order to capture the panoramic view of York, I also fight, climb the stairs and climb to life.
Posted: 29 Nov, 2018