Cathedral of Laon, Nave (Interior)

Cathedral of Laon, Nave (Interior)
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Collection: A. D. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library
Accession Number: 15/5/3090.01360

Title: Cathedral of Laon, Nave (Interior)

Building Date: 1165-1230
Photograph date: ca. 1865-ca. 1895

Location: Europe: France; Laon

Materials: albumen print

Image: 12.5984 x 9.6457 in.; 32 x 24.5 cm

Style: Early Gothic

Provenance: Gift of Andrew Dickson White

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St Alban’s Cathedral, Hertfordshire (Nave)

St Alban’s Cathedral, Hertfordshire (Nave)
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The magnificent and fascinating Cathedral & Abbey Church at St Albans, Hertfordshire. The East wall of the South Transept is the oldest part of the building with it containing work from the 8th Century. The 11th Century Crossing Tower, a local landmark, is built of recycled out of Roman Brick from the nearby Roman City of Verulamium (now non-existent). The Great Crossing Tower is 43.9m (144ft) high and is the only remaining Cathedral crossing tower from the 11th Century.

Lord Grimthorpe was responsible for restoring the then Abbey to Cathedral standard in the 19th Century and the controversial West Front is his work. Also, the massive South Transept Window is also his work! A fine Cathedral and is well worth a visit.

As you can see from this view, the Nave is incredibly long, the longest in the UK. The Cathedral itself is the 2nd Longest Medieval Cathedral in the UK after Winchester. (Liverpool is longer but it is not medieval)

Worcester Cathedral

Worcester Cathedral
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Worcester Cathedral is an Anglican Cathedral in Worcester, near a bank overlooking the River Severn. It is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Worcester.

It’s official name is The Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Mary the Virgin of Worcester. It was built between 1084 and 1504. Worcester Cathedral has every style from the Norman style to the Perpendicular Gothic style.

Between 1999 and 2007 the western side of the cathedral appeared on the £20 note issued by the Bank of England along with a portrait of Sir Edward Elgar.

Cathedral Basilica St. Louis

Cathedral Basilica St. Louis
Roman Church
Image by Creativity+ Timothy K Hamilton
Another view of the interior near the main altar from the right side aisle.
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Image taken from page 61 of ‘The Cathedral of Throndhjem … With twenty wood engravings … Translated by F. Barnby. [With plates.]’

Image taken from page 61 of ‘The Cathedral of Throndhjem … With twenty wood engravings … Translated by F. Barnby. [With plates.]’
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Title: "The Cathedral of Throndhjem … With twenty wood engravings … Translated by F. Barnby. [With plates.]"
Author: KREFTING, O.
Contributor: BARNBY, F.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10282.c.25."
Page: 61
Place of Publishing: Christiania
Date of Publishing: 1887
Publisher: W. C. Fabritius & Sønner
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 002020832

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Statue of Charles II at Lichfield Cathedral

Statue of Charles II at Lichfield Cathedral
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This statue of Charles II used to be on top of an ornamented gable, between two spires. It was moved in the 19th century to just outside the south doors

It is a Grade I listed building. It’s official name is the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Chad.

Lichfield Cathedral – Heritage Gateway