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Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral

4 Priorygate, Lincoln, LN2 1PL, United Kingdom

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LU 07:15 – 18:00 SA 07:15 – 18:00
MA 07:15 – 18:00 DO 07:15 – 17:30
MI 07:15 – 18:00
JU 07:15 – 18:00
VI 07:15 – 18:00
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Descripción ‘I have always held and proposed against all comers to maintain that the Cathedral of Lincoln is out and out the most precious piece of architecture in the British Isles’ - John Ruskin

Lincoln Cathedral was for almost 300 years the tallest building in the world. Yet, in spite of its size, it is filled with intricate detail.

Remigius, the Bishop who built the earliest part of the Cathedral in the Norman style, came over with William the Conqueror. Later, in Lincoln Cathedral the architects of the gothic style perhaps reached the pinnacle of their art. Everywhere you look there is the most intricate detail, walls, roofs elaborated by the finest carving. From the time of the death of the saintly Bishop of Lincoln, Hugh of Avalon who so lovingly restored the Cathedral after an earthquake in the 12th century, thousands of people have come on pilgrimage to this place of pilgrimage, holiness and prayer.

In 1215 another Hugh Bishop of Lincoln, Hugh of Wells, was present at Runnymede along with Lincolnshire’s Cardinal Archbishop Stephen Langton. When King John agreed to the barons’ demands, copies of Magna Carta were made and distributed to sheriffs and cathedrals throughout England. Lincoln Cathedral’s Magna Carta is one of only four from the original distribution still in existence. It is the only one to bear the name of its city.
Fundada Lincoln Cathedral was consecrated in 1092
  • 4 Priorygate, Lincoln, LN2 1PL, United Kingdom
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