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  • Mariana Nisi

    Catedral de Winchester. Comenzó a construirse en 1079 y concluyó en 1093. La torre central achaparrada y cuadrada, de aspecto normando, se comenzó en 1202 para reemplazar a la anterior que se había derrumbado. En 1394, la remodelación de la nave normanda comenzó según los diseños del maestro masón William Wynford y prosiguieron durante los siglos XV y XVI, en especial con la construcción de la girola. Ubicada en Winchester, Hampshire, Inglaterra.

  • Natalie

    On September 19, at Winchester Cathedral, Cranmer consecrated the three most recently appointed bishops, Foxe, Latimer and Hilsey and all this in the presence of ‘the cream of the English episcopate’. According to both Eric Ives and David Starkey, Henry and Anne were almost certainly present for this momentous occasion.

  • Jennifer Bay

    Winchester Cathedral where Jane Austen was laid to rest

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