Tag Archives: Gothic revival

Manchester Cathedral – the modest rise of the Great Churches

Continuing my theme of Abbeys and Cathedrals… As the population of England grew throughout the industrial age, more and more people flocked into urban areas. The Church of England in response needed more dioceses and bishops and in turn more cathedrals¬† to cater for the rising population. Also to counter the popularity of non-conformist chapels […]

Queen’s castle: Balmoral #AtoZchallenge

When is a castle not a castle? Well, it depends on its purpose. Take the Queen’s royal residences, of which she has a few. Her official ones include Buckingham Palace, Holyrood Palace and Windsor castle. The latter is definitely a castle – started in the 11th century by William the Conquer and built up over […]

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