TR1557 : Canterbury Cathedral, from the Cloisters

near to Canterbury, Kent, Great Britain

Canterbury Cathedral, from the Cloisters.
Canterbury Cathedral, from the Cloisters.
The Great Cloisters as they stand today were designed and built around 1400 by a Kentish Man, Stephen Lote, an associate of Yevele who was actually responsible for the destruction of the earlier Norman Cloisters when he rebuilt the Nave of the Cathedral.
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Friday, 28 April, 2006   (more nearby)
Tuesday, 16 May, 2006
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