There happened to be a service when I arrived, so I had to walk around and see other parts of York before wandering in. When I returned, it was ready for the public again.
This is a Gothic style cathedral whose completion dates all the way back to the year 637. Throughout the centuries, it has gone through several repairs and reconstructions for varioius reasons. The first church on site was actually built from wood, and the Gothic style architecture we see today is the result of works in the 13th century.
The exterior is just as magnificent as its interior, as you will see in the next article.
Emperor Constantine. 康斯坦丁大帝
to be continued...