Yorkminster Church is the largest medieval church in Europe. It has a history of nearly 600 years. Yorker's most historic building has two crown-like towers on the West facade and a square tower 65 meters high in the center. The large-scale bright window glass in the church is gorgeous. The vivid stone statues on the outer walls of the chapel are more striking and arc. European churches with roofs all have their own characteristics. The basement of Minster preserves the ruins of the Roman era. There is also a sewer built by the Romans who are still in use today. It is reported that the sewer under the church foundation contributes to the preservation of Minster Cathedral intact and intact today. In 1984, Minster Cathedral was struck by lightning and unfortunately caught fire. As there was no water supply system in the cathedral, the water source for fire extinguishing became urgent. At this time, people unexpectedly found that there were many medieval sewers under the foundation around the church. It was these intact sewers left behind by the Roman era that preserved this unique Minster Cathedral. Along the spiral staircase inside the church, you can see the whole Yorkshire town. The ancient wall built in the 13th century is very close to the cathedral. It is free to climb the wall. There is also a stone street, which is the ancient commercial street of Yorkshire Town. It retains many unique buildings of the Middle Ages.
Yorkshire Cathedral, a must-see attraction to Yorkshire, is the largest Gothic Church in Britain and the largest medieval church in Europe. It was built in 1220 and completed 250 years ago. Some of the cathedral buildings were destroyed by fire in 1984 and have been repaired. It is said that the groundwater pipe system during the Roman period saved the foundation of the cathedral from being destroyed. Harry Potter fans should know that the Hogwarts Hall in the movie was filmed in the lobby of Yorkshire Cathedral, and the wedding of Jay Chou and Kunling was held in Yorkshire Cathedral. Yorker Railway Station has been approaching for about 15 minutes. The ticket is 10 pounds a year. It can be visited many times. The beautiful stained glass, the beautiful sculpture, the tall organ and the old corridor are amazing.
Yorkshire Cathedral is not only the most important historical building in Yorkshire, but also the largest medieval church in northern Europe. The Archbishop of York is also the Archbishop of England, ranking second only to the Archbishop of Canterbury, which shows the status of this building in the British religious architecture community. Some people say that if only one church can be visited in England, it will not be regrettable to come to Yorkshire Cathedral. Especially that mosaic mosaic window, it's a miracle!
This is York, the birthplace of England, the origin of the name of New York, the United States, with the largest Gothic Church in the world. The number of tourists is second only to London, ranking second in England. There are the oldest medieval unspoiled streets in Europe. There's also Harry Potter's Intersection Street. There's also a long line of Betty's teahouses.
Looking at British history, we can see how important Yorke is, so this trip locates Yorke to the north rather than to the city. Harry Potter fans know that the Hogwarts Hall in the movie was filmed in the Yorkshire Cathedral Hall, and the wedding of Jay Chou and Kunling was held in Yorkshire Cathedral, which forced York Minster to go. York Minster is the largest medieval church in Europe. It is also one of the most exquisite churches in design and architecture in the world. It is the largest Gothic Church in Britain and north of the whole European Alps. It was built in 1220 A.D. and completed in 1470 A.D. In 1984, some buildings of Yorkshire Cathedral were destroyed seriously by fire and have been repaired. Buy tickets to visit, no headphone guide, with their own brochures looking for carved stained glass, tall organ, corridor benches, quietly imagine the magnificent Yorkshire Cathedral. After all, there are only two ministers in Britain. The other one is Westminster Abbey, which shows his status.
The Yorkshire Cathedral, which was completed 250 years ago, and the ancient city walls are the symbols of the city. Second only to Canterbury Cathedral, ranking second in Britain, so we must visit it. It was an all-timber building, which was later destroyed by war in the Civil War. In 1060, the Normans captured Yorke and built the first Normans church. The cornerstone and basement of the church are still visible today. Yorkshire Cathedral is famous for its exquisite stained glass. It has the largest stained glass windows in the world and the largest grey monochrome glass windows in Britain. The "Five Sisters Window" on the north side of the church, each pointed window is more than 16 meters (52 feet) high. It is the oldest glass window in the church. It was designed in 1260 A.D. and is also the largest grey monochrome glass in Britain. At the easternmost end of Notre Dame's Church, "Great Eastern Window" (completed in 1408) is the world's largest medieval painted glass, with the theme of world-breaking and doomsday. The West Window is the heart of York painted in 1338. Many couples choose to kiss under this heart-shaped window. To the south of the church is the famous Rose Window, known as the Eye of Gothic Architecture. It was built to commemorate the victory of the Rose War. The Rose of the Tudor Dynasty was painted. There is also a king's wall, built in the 15th century. Fifteen Kings of England from William I to Henry VI were carved.
The Yorkshire Cathedral, the largest in Britain and the grand Gothic Church North of the entire European Alps, was built in 1220 and completed in the 1470's. In 1984, some buildings of Yorkshire Cathedral were destroyed seriously by fire and have been repaired. It is very big inside, and it needs tickets to enter. If you want to climb the tower, remember to ask for a set ticket. Ordinarily, it includes the basement. There is a super room in it, that is the dome. Is that dome what people call the dome? All in all, I have been to Yorkshire Cathedral as many travel stories have said. It's no regret that I didn't go on any other church trip in England. In 2005, the first black Archbishop of York took office here.
The iconic building of York City, the Catholic Church, was burnt down by fire. There is a Roman pillar outside the door. It is said that it was erected in Roman times. It is a relic of the Romans'arrival in England to establish their strongholds. The church can enter the gate and charge for going in. The colored glass of the church is famous for its religious figures and stories. If you understand Catholicism, you will be very interested. On the lawn behind the church, people in European antique costumes sometimes perform the life of the people at that time.
Yorkshire is the most important city in North England. It should also be the richest man. In this small city, Yorkshire Cathedral is the center. You can see this Gothic building from anywhere in the city. It is said that it is the oldest and existing medieval church in Europe. But it seems that it was burned here once. Only the base of the building here is the original one. The church itself has many stories. Every piece of glass has a rich connotation. It is said that there is a Roman man-made sewer. It was because of this sewer that the base of the building was preserved when the fire broke out. The whole church is very grand and very big. It's open all the year round, but you need to buy tickets.