The cathedral is one of the earliest built by the Normans after the conquest and inside gazing up at the enormous pillars one's breath is taken away by the sheer quality of the construction. some vandalism was done by parliament forces in the English Civil War like sword slashes on walls and even a musket ball is visible half buried in one of the tombs but most valiables were hidden in time. One has to remember the vast greyness of the stone would then have been brightly painted and decorated in it's day like most early churches. I'm lucky enough to live in Norwich and the Christmas Carol Services in the cathedral are something else. Recommended visit to anyone coming to Norwich.
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