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    Exeter Cathedral

    • Exeter, United Kingdom
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      Vic Cathedral or "Exeter Cathedral", located in Exeter (South West England), was founded in about 1050. This occurred after the transfer of bishops Devon and Cornwall for service in Exeter.

      Cathedral was rebuilt several times. When William Varelvaste 1107 it was restored in the style of Norman, and after the appointment of Bishop Walter Broneskomba in 1258 the cathedral was declared obsolete, and it was rebuilt in the Gothic style. However, the buildings in the style of Norman came to the present day, it is part of the walls and two massive towers. As a building material in the construction of the cathedral was used widely in places limestone.

      The building is in a form that we can see now, was completed about 600 years ago, not counting the unfinished later chapels and dining room. The features of this cathedral is the astronomical clock, footrest people who prayed and England's longest continuous arch.

      Inside the cathedral, the organ, it is located on a decorated pedestal between the nave and choir. First organ was built in 1665, rebuilt after Henry Vilissom in 1891 It has some non-standard parts, makes it stand out among others.

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