Built between 1525 and 1536, next to York Minster, in the city center, it is an Anglican church.
St. Michael Fry’s Church is located in the centre of York. It is a 500-year-old Anglican cathedral. The interior decoration of the church is very luxurious, the main hall is spacious and bright, and the colorful statues are carved on the walls on both sides. It is very beautiful, solemn and very sacred.
An unforgettable and mysterious church. Once by chance, I went to England with my best friend. I passed through the center of York and found this amazing church-St. Michael's Belfry. Traces of its years. It was built in the 18th century. It has the elegant style of a church. The exterior is made of red bricks with exquisite and flawless white carvings. It can not help but make my eyes shine. The combination of red and white is my favorite match. Red gives people blood boil, while white symbolizes purity and innocence. Just standing in front of the church with a friend would unconsciously yearn for it, so I entered this mysterious place with my friend. I have to say that its internal design is really perfect, the beautiful and exquisite carvings are just right, the architectural art is completely different from our inland, I completely fell in love with its style. Its quietness makes me feel very gentle, and the church reverberates with chants, as if it is free from the hustle and bustle, clean and pure, just like the sun shining into the house from the cracks in the windowsill in May, beautiful and cozy, it seems to make me forget everything , Addicted to it. I think I will come back to this wonderful place again if I have the opportunity to taste its thousands of aftertastes. some tips: You can walk there from the train station, about 15 minutes. Address: Deangate, York, England
A full-day tour of York York is a city with a taste of history, and its architectural style is extremely retro. The city is not big and the attractions are concentrated. There is no hustle and bustle of big cities, and the atmosphere is very comfortable and comfortable. Today, let's check in this historical city. Sacred place-St. Michael Fry's Church St. Michael Fry's Church is in the center of York, very easy to find. I personally like this kind of church building, and I think it is very sacred. The church is very large, the design inside is also very special, the decoration is very luxurious, its main hall is very large, and the walls on both sides are carved with many colorful statues, which is very sacred. There are many areas that can be visited inside, and the glass windows are full of various patterns, and the soft lighting makes it look very classy. Ascending to the top tower, the whole city scenery is in front of you. Tickets: Free. Suggested play time: 1 hour. Historical records-Museum Garden The museum garden is very large and the scenery is also very beautiful. There are many historical sites in the park, including small Gothic-style houses, the ruins of St. Mary’s Monastery, and some ancient buildings that are not named. There are a lot of little squirrels in the garden who are not afraid of birth. They are so cute that they are running around. There are many people sitting cross-legged and chatting on the lawn, and squirrels and pigeons can be seen everywhere. If you have time, I really want to come here for a wild meal. Inside, there are beautiful scenery and various relics everywhere, all of which are historical records. Tickets: Free. Suggested play time: 2 hours. Shopping Street-Shimen Street Shimen Street is a sightseeing street, its long streets are paved with cobblestones, which is very historical. There are many shops with ancient architectural styles in the surrounding area, and the decoration is very distinctive. There are a lot of big-name shops here, and it is simply a treasure street, with everything you need, and the goods are also very complete. Coming here is to open your wallet to buy and buy. We wandered the whole street from start to finish, and found that there is a cafe that is super suitable for taking pictures, and the environment is also very good. The lady clerk said to take pictures casually, as it was to help them promote. Tickets: Free. Suggested play time: 2 hours. A mark of history-York City Wall The York City Wall is very close to the railway station. It coils around York City like a dragon. The York City Wall is not as majestic as the ancient city walls in China, but it has its own historical flavor. After going up, you can see the center of York, the scenery is very beautiful, the sunshine along the way is just right, very suitable for taking pictures. It's very leisurely to stroll around and pat. It takes two hours to walk around the city wall. There is also an outdoor cafe on the city wall, where you can order a cup of coffee, bask in the sun, and enjoy the slow-paced life. Tickets: Free. Suggested play time: 2 hours. A holy place for educating people—York University came to York, of course, to check in at York University, pretending that I was still young, and by the way, I would like to recall the rush of college days. Although I am not honored to study here, I can still educate myself. In case my baby can pass the exam in the future, I will step on it for him first. The campus is picturesque and the environment is good if there are few people. Compared to the crowded attractions, the quietness here is what I like. When you’re tired from strolling around, find a lawn to sit and rest, and feel the cultural atmosphere on the university campus. Tickets: Free. Suggested play time: 3 hours. It basically takes a day to visit York, and the sun sets, strolling through the streets of York and enjoying the singing of street performers. There are many reasons to fall in love with a city, and I only love the church here. When I have an object in the future, I must let him come to this romantic city with me once.