From the top of the tallest tower to dank depths of the
deepest dungeon, the castles and cathedrals of Britain stand
as sentinels to the memories of a long and turbulent history.
Nothing evokes the aura of medieval
Britain like climbing a twisting narrow
spiral staircase to gaze from the
battlements across the land over which the
eyes of centuries past once kept vigil, or
resting awhile in the cool cloisters of an
ancient cathedral, where the spirits of the
ages emanate from every timeworn stone.
Britain abounds in these magnificent
testaments to the skills of medieval masons
and architects. Whether it is the mighty
ramparts of Conwy Castle or intricate
wood carving and stained glass windows
of York Minster this is where history
comes close enough to touch.
If you only see one
castle, cathedral or
country church whilst
you are in Britain or
base your visit on a tour
of these venerable
buildings, you will leave
with a feeling of having
experienced the legacy
of last 1000 years.
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