Looking back down the nave of Salisbury Cathedral, England.
Photo taken with a Canon EOS 20D.
Construction of the cathedral commenced when the bishopric was moved here from Old Sarum in 1220 during the tenure of Richard Poore. By 1258 the nave, transepts and choir were complete. The magnificent west front was ready by 1265.
In addition to its architecture and spire, Salisbury Cathedral offers a number of interesting attractions. Most notable among these is the best preserved of only four surviving original Magna Cartas (1215 AD).
Camera: Canon EOS
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