Rating: 7,5/10 (100 votes)Bristol Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in the city of Bristol, UK. The history of the cathedral begins in 1140, with the founding of the Abbey of St. Augustine. From that time to the present day, the chapter and several other rooms have been preserved. Reconstruction and restoration work was carried out repeatedly: from the end of the XIII to the middle of the XIV century, at the end of the XV and in the middle of the XVI century. In the 19th century, a new nave and a western facade were built. The interiors of the cathedral are decorated with graceful stained glass windows, monuments and statues. In addition, there is an old organ in the cathedral.
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