Salisbury has one of the most magnificent cathedrals in England, a prime example of the Early English Gothic style (built 1220-58). The splendid arcaded cloister is the largest in England (58m x 190ft square) and was added in the late 13th century. The cloisters were started as a purely decorative feature only five years afterContinue reading “Salisbury Cathedral Cloister Garden”
North Gate was the main entrance to The Close. It is a carriageway flanked by a small room on one side and a staircase leading to an upper room on the other. It is made of stone and was built between 1327-42. A rebuilding took place in the late 15th century which also involved theContinue reading “North Gate – Salisbury”
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