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This window is incredible. The masonry the skill of the people who built this is just mind-blowing. The glass shines even though it's old it shines and it is so beautiful. Take a look from the outside but you have to go inside to see...More
This amazing piece of work combining masonry and stained glass in one is a lovely thing to see. Just stand back and admire the artistry that all the workers brought together for us to look at centuries later.
The restoration and conservation means that the east end of the minster is once more filled with the colours filtered through this window, which tells the story of the beginning and the end. Alpha and omega in colours of the dawn and sunset
The rose window in the south transept of the Minster dates from the early 16th century and consists of twenty-four separate segments. It is a beautiful example of that type of window and the stained glass is best appreciated from inside the Minster with the...More