Not the biggest or most impressive English cathedral by any means, this is still a nice one because of the history of Bath and the location of the abbey, next to the Roman baths.
The very clear stained glass windows of Bath Abbey, with the Moses holding the Ten Commandments being the ovbious centrepiece.
Massive church just besides of the Roman Bath and city centre of Bath.
Whats in interesting most is the Angels descending and ascending by staircases obviously shown facade exterior of the abbey.
In the heart of downtown, the Bath Abbey can be found. It's somewhat unassuming on the outside, you have to go inside to get a true appreciation.
Don't miss the details of this magnificent architecture especially the ascending as well as descending angels on the right.
This is the square infront of Bath Abbey (entrance to Roman Baths is on the right).
There are restaurants, ice cream shops, department stores and street musicians in this busy area.
While most of the attention goes to the fan vault and the stained glass windows, don't miss the details of the carved wooden pews.
The earliest churches here were Anglo-Saxon  and Norman . The present Abbey church was founded in 1499. The famous fan-vaulted ceiling was designed in the early 16th century.
A visitor should visit the cathedral of Bath. Its a great big building right in the center of Bath, its difficult to miss it!
Dating from 1499, Bath Abbey is in the centre of the city. The carvings on the front of the Abbey were recently restored and show off the honey colours of Bath stone untouched by exhaust pollution.
Bath is a great tourist city so you must go and see the cathedral. In the back street near the cathedrals there are some great fudge shops