Canterbury Cathedral, a majestic masterpiece of medieval architecture, stands as a symbol of England’s ecclesiastical history. Founded in 597, the cathedral has undergone various transformations, with its current Gothic structure dating back to the 12th century. As the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury, it holds significant religious importance. The cathedral’s stunning interior features intricate stained glass windows, medieval tombs, and the renowned shrine of Thomas Becket. Pilgrims and visitors alike are captivated by the historical marvel, making Canterbury Cathedral not only a religious sanctuary but also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a cultural treasure.
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