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Kirkja
“Visit beautiful and world-famous Paul's Cathedral, where Princess Diana and Charles were married. Walk up the stairs to Whispering Gallery. Book tickets for the cathedral in advance, as it might be booked out. ”
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Kirkja
“What can I say! Obviously the cathedral is amazing and possibly the most famous Christian structure in England. Worth visiting alongside a day out in Canterbury.”
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Kirkjugarður
“Calton Hill is one of Edinburgh's main hills, set right in the city centre. It is unmistakable with its Athenian acropolis poking above the skyline. ”
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Cultural Center
“Housing the tallest church spire, this is a stunning cathedral both inside and out. There is also an opportunity to see one of the surviving original Magna Carta documents.”
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Kirkjugarður
“The necropolis is an old Victorian cemetery opened in 1833. Perched on the top of a hill beside St Mungo's Cathedral, the necropolis bridges the gap between the centre and East end. It's a great place to go and feel like the king of the world looking out over the whole of Glasgow. I highly recommend as a place to catch a sunset, it's steeped in history. Also, it's really close to Drygate brewery and Tennants where you can head afterwards for a pint of nice Scottish beer! At night the gates are closed to the main bridge but you just head down the hill on John Knox Street and opposite Cathedral house you can access the path if you skip a fence. On bonfire night - crowds gather in the old graveyard to watch the night light up with fireworks. ”
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Kirkjugarður
“Highgate Cemetery has one of the finest funerary architecture in the UK, it’s a place of peace and contemplation. Most famous for its Karl Marx monument and other world famous residents.”
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Kirkja
“This cathedral is Glasgow’s most significant historic building, also known as St. Mungo Cathedral or high kirk of Glasgow. The grandest room in the cathedral is the crypt housing, the tomb of St. Mungo who was buried there in AD 603. Next door is the St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, which examines the world religions, their rites and how they dealt with issues of life and death. The exhibits include Egyptian mummies, Hindu statues and a Xen Buddhist garden in the courtyard Location- castle street ”
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Kirkja
“Beautiful cathedral. Free to enter when a service is on, otherwise costs 7 euro ”
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Premise
“Famous the world over, it's also the largest Gothic Church in Western Europe. ”
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Kirkja
“25 minutes away is the beautiful city of Winchester famed for its cathedral & historic place in history in England. Amazing Christmas market with ice rink during November-December.”
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Kirkja
“One of the great cathedrals on the south coast, with a history reaching back to the Norman period. A good spot to explore the beautiful city”
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Kirkjugarður
“Cemetery converted into a nature reserve. Go for a walk in here to escape from the hustle of city life.”
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Kirkjugarður
“Dean Village is a peaceful green oasis on the Water of Leith, only a five minute walk from bustling Princes Street. It's the perfect place to go for a peaceful walk.”
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Kirkja
“Stunning cathedral. Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is Britain's biggest Cathedral and the 5th largest in Europe.”
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Kirkja
“One of the most exquisite cathedrals in England. The cathedral's facade is iconic of Somerset. Wells cathedral is an absolute must see for fine architecture and cultural appreciation. ”
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Kirkja
“The third largest English Cathedral and undoubtedly one of the most enjoyable to visit.”
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