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Lichfield Cathedral OP08956 Featured Cathedrals Print

Lichfield Cathedral OP08956

Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Chad, Lichfield, Staffordshire, c 1860. Francis Bedford (1816-??94), albumen print. Francis Bedford'??s photograph, published by Thompson & Co, shows the west front of Lichfield Cathedral. General views of cathedrals and photographs of their architectural details had been popular subjects for pioneer photographers, and they continued to attract attention as the mass market in photography developed. Lichfield Cathedral, one of the smallest in England, had been severely damaged during the Civil War. Significant restoration had been undertaken in the 17th and 18th centuries, and Bedford'??s view was taken before the west window (between the towers) was remodelled in the late 1860s during Sir George Gilbert Scott'??s restoration of 1856-??78

© Historic England

Coventry Cathedral BB98_06261 Featured Cathedrals Print

Coventry Cathedral BB98_06261

COVENTRY CATHEDRAL, West Midlands. A view of the Cathedral taken from Pepper Lane. The Cathedral church is named for St Michael. It was one of the biggest churches in the country and became a Cathedral in 1918. It was destroyed by bombing on 14 November 1940. Photographed by Alfred Newton and Son. Date range: 1929 - 1940

© Historic England

The Bell Tower of Salamanca Cathedral Featured Cathedrals Print

The Bell Tower of Salamanca Cathedral

Salamanca, Spain - 13 April 2017
Salamanca is an ancient city in northwestern Spain; it is also the capital of the province of Salamanca in Castile and Leon. Its Old City was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Founded in pre-Roman times over 2000 years ago, it now houses one of Spain's most important universities, as well as many distinguished churches, places of pilgrimage, convents and historic buildings.
Work started on Salamanca's Cathedral in the 12th century, but it was not completed - in Romanesque and Gothic style until the 14th century. It is dedicated to Saint Mary of the See. A warning to tourists- it is not open in Easter Week

© Jon Bower at Apexphotos