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Archive : Salisbury

Salisbury was moved, in 1220, two miles away from its original site, now called "Old Sarum".

The toll house The Mill The King's Head
The town hall The New Inn The Rose And Crown
The Wardrobe Cathedral gate Wooden house
Dr. Roberts' clock tower The Poultry Cross
St. Thomas, with its doom painting St. Thomas Salisbury Museum (The King's House)
St. Thomas St. Thomas The Giant of Salisbury (and the 'Hob Nob')
Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury Cathedral
The cathedral has the tallest spire and largest cloister in Britain. Unusually for an English cathedral, it was built almost entirely in one style, by Nicholas Of Ely.
Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury Cathedral
Statue of Ezra Baya Lawiri The west front The west front
The west front The cloister The cloister
The nave The nave
The north transept The nave The crossing
Screen The Trinity (lady) Chapel The cloister
The north transept The second, eastern transept The chantry of Bishop Audley
The tomb of Bishop De Bridport The tomb of Edward Seymour and Catherine Grey The chantry of Bishop Audley
The tomb of Thomas Bennet The tomb of Bishop Medford The chantry of Bishop Audley