2 edition of glories of Salisbury Cathedral found in the catalog.
glories of Salisbury Cathedral
|Statement||by Jeffrey Truby ; photographs by A.W. Kerr.|
|Contributions||Kerr, A. W.|
|LC Classifications||NA5471.S5 T7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 114 p.|
|Number of Pages||114|
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: The Glories of Salisbury Cathedral: First edition, first printing. Hardcover. B&W photos and illustrations. Very good book in very good dj. Visiting Salisbury Cathedral.
For the best views in Salisbury take advantage of regularly scheduled Tower tours. If you are with a group it makes sense to pre-book a tour. Information on tours can be had through the official cathedral web site below. Quick Facts and Figures. The tallest spire in Britain at feet ( metres).
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the book is a wonderful pictorial of some of the great cathedrals and would be classified, i would imagine, as a coffee table piece. my disappointment is that i would have wished to see many more famous cathedrals of europe that have so much history and less verbage about fewer/5(30).
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Stayed at the Grasmere House Hotel for one night while visiting Stonehenge and Salisbury. It is well located and 5 minutes away from Salisbury historical centre by car.
Had a lovely view of the river and Salisbury cathedral from our room. The hotel is situated in a 2/5. This Saturday also sees voice trials for boys in Years at Salisbury Cathedral and for girls (Years ) in February. The Cathedral and Salisbury Cathedral School run a hugely popular choir open day (‘Be a Chorister for a Day’) each year and this year it will take place on Saturday 10 October and there is a Voice Trial Workshop in November.
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"Oh, to be in England" with exploring the light-filled spaces of medieval architecture in England and interacting with the book culture of the cathedral libraries of Salisbury and Hereford. Salisbury Cathedral, its solemn grandeur easily dominating the surrounding town as it has for centuries, became a familiar feature of our landscape in.
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The cathedral, set in its wide green close, is all oa a piece, built between and From a distance the first sign of Salisbury is the spire of the cathedral rising over dark hills. Includes all 42 of the Cathedrals of the Church of England, each illustrated with pen portraits and photography; The latest addition to the Director's Choice series; A cathedral is the mother church of a diocese, the seat of a bishop/5(17).