Inside the cathedral
for some reason this statue in the cathedral impressed me a lot, I was looking at it as if he was a living man with a lot of respect, who does not want to be disturbed right now (I had to swallow my questions
does anybody know, who he is ?
Again, on aadil VT pages you find the beautiful stained glass inside the Minister, and also the astronomical clock with the constellations and Sun & Moon sky positions
YORK MINSTER - THE NAVE
Work commenced on YORK MINSTER NAVE in 1291. The widest Gothic Nave in England, I was immediately struck by the sheer enormity of it all. As you walk through the West Door, a statue to your right shows the Minster's Patron Saint, St. Peter. holding his symbol - a key. Behind and above you is the magnificent West Window built between 1338-39 in the Curvilinear Decorated style. The Nave also contains several examples of Norman stained glass on both the North and South sides.
Even though the United Kingdom is a member of the European Union (EU) since 1973, they don't have the EURO as currency. The currency of the United Kingdom is still the British Pound. 1 Pound is worth 100 Pence. You can get your money with your credit or debit card from ATMs or just by exchanging your local money at one of the bureaux de change.
Everyoen goes to see where the abbey was, and learns about the center for medieval studies are in the city. But what you miss is the Refrectory, which offers wholesome inexpensive dishes for lunch 12-1:30. Hey are friendly and warm and you can get on involved with students and lots of graduate students we are friendly!
Holy Trinity, Goodramgate
One of York's forgotten churches, Holy Trinity Goodramgate looks like one of the most atmospheric churhes in York. There are two entrances to the church - from Goodramgate and from Horn Pot Lane, just off Petergate, though both were closed during our visit so we could only see it from the street.