English hidden treasure in Winchester

A little simple research via Google will tell you that Winchester Cathedral was built in stages between 1079 and1532 and is dedicated to numerous saints, including Saint Peter, Saint Paul, and Saint Swithun. That’s 500 years, and considerably longer than the currently unfinished Basilica Sagrada Família in Barcelona, designed by Gaudi with building having commenced... Continue Reading →

Another hidden English treasure

Another great place to discover a hidden treasure of England’s history is Hereford Cathedral. Also known as The Cathedral of Saint Ethelbert The King, work started on building in the year 1079AD, although as with many other English churches, there has been a place of worship here since the 8th Century. Also, as with many... Continue Reading →

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