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Underneath the Arches

John Dalkin

Solihull, United Kingdom

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The interior of York Minster, England.
Looking up beneath the central tower.

The first York Minster dates back to the year 627.
A slow makeover of the Minster began in 1220 with the South Transept, followed by the North Transept. The styles of these transepts are quite unique, though they were built but a few years apart. The North Transept is famous for its “Five Sisters”; five graceful lancet windows topped by five smaller gabled lancets. A great central tower was built at the same period as the transepts, but this collapsed in 1407. The delicate Chapter House, where the day to day business of the Minster was run, was begun in about 1260. It is a superb example of the Gothic Decorated style which was then in vogue.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Featured in the group " Retired and Happy"

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