Norman-Gothic Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral in Devon is an awe-inspiring example of Gothic architecture in the ‘English decorated’ style. The solid-looking towers on either side are from the original building, which was Norman, but the main part was built in the 13th-14th centuries. Its Gothic style is seen in its tall windows, pointed arches, elaborate tracery, flying buttresses and vaulted ceiling. There are many amazing facts about this particular cathedral and if you are ever in Exeter, a guided tour is highly recommended!

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