It is definitely worth a visit. Take your time and really take in the magnitude of this building. Look at the ceilings, the stained glass windows. Reflect on the past and the future.
I swear this is the last photo of Canterbury cathederal that you will see on these pages (or perhaps not) hehehehehe
Im afraid you will have to look at more photos of Canterbury cathederal, just flick through them, it won't take long, i promice hehehehehe
Outside of the Cathedral is the Cloister. It was an important area when the Cathedral was part of a Benedictine monastery. The monastery was dissolved under Henry VIII in 1540.
The pulpit of the Canterbury Cathedral is very delicately carved and painted, and is one of the most colorful items in the Cathedral.
The Nave was completed in 1405. The arches really draw you in. The picture is of the ceiling of the Cathedral.
The Canterbury Cathedral is full of beautiful stained glass windows. Look for scenes of Thomas Becket's life, scenes from the Bible, and Medieval scenes.
Dont miss the amazing detail on the cathedral....on the facade and the beautiful stained glass windows inside.
The Cathedral charges an entrance fee but it is still possible to admire the architecture from afar. And besides walking around the city is good for you . . . and rewarding.
Another view of the cathedral, this time from outside the walls and with another nice formal flower bed.
When in Canterbury you must see the Canterbury Cathedral. It is a very beautiful building and home to the arch bishop. It is a huge church and you can find the graves of many significant people
Christ Church Gate
The gate is the main entrance to the cathedral square and cathedral. It is rich ornamented.
The cathedral dates back to the 6th century and is decorated with many detailed stained glass windows and wall paintings. My graduation ceremony was held here and it was a great venue.