Rating: 8,7/10 (647 votes)All Saints Church is an Anglican church in the city of Nottingham, UK. It belongs to the diocese of Southwell and Nottingham and is an example of Victorian architecture. The church was built in 1863-1864. from sandstone in the neo-gothic style. The spire is 53 meters high and the church can accommodate over 800 parishioners. Initially, the church bell tower had six bells, but immediately after the opening of the church, two more bells were installed. The complex of church buildings includes, in addition to the church building itself, a priest's house and a parish school. The Church of All Saints in 2007, together with the churches of St. Peter and St. Mary, was united into one parish.
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