Glasgow Cathedral (Glasgow, Scotland) Is an amazing 12th century Church and the only Medieval church on the Scottish mainland to survive the Reformation

Glasgow Cathedral (Glasgow, Scotland) Is an amazing 12th century Church and the only Medieval church on the Scottish mainland to survive the Reformation

Beverley in Yorkshire, UK,  with Beverley Minster in the background, The Minster was started in 1220 and it took over two hundred years to complete. One of the largest parish churches in the UK and larger than some cathedrals.  Wold Ranger Photography:

Beverley in Yorkshire, UK, with Beverley Minster in the background, The Minster was started in 1220 and it took over two hundred years to complete. One of the largest parish churches in the UK and larger than some cathedrals. Wold Ranger Photography:

The Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London. The original bank was in Walbrook in the City but during reconstruction in 1954 the remains of the  Roman Temple of Mithras were uncovered. The ruins are open to the public

The Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London. The original bank was in Walbrook in the City but during reconstruction in 1954 the remains of the Roman Temple of Mithras were uncovered. The ruins are open to the public

Castle Combe, Wiltshire, UK, with the Medieval St Andrew's Church which has one of the few Medieval clocks  still in working order

Castle Combe, Wiltshire, UK, with the Medieval St Andrew's Church which has one of the few Medieval clocks still in working order

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