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Canterbury Cathedral, England Gallery

Often described as ‘England in stone’, Canterbury Cathedral is intrinsically linked to England's history with it's origins dating back to 597AD

Choose from 38 pictures in our Canterbury Cathedral, England collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.

Damaged caused by a fire at Canterbury Cathedral, 19th Century Featured Canterbury Cathedral, England Image

Damaged caused by a fire at Canterbury Cathedral, 19th Century

Vintage engraving of Damaged caused by a fire at Canterbury Cathedral, 19th Century. In September 1872, a large portion of the Trinity Chapel roof was completely destroyed by fire. There was no significant damage to the stonework or interior and the damage was quickly repaired

© of Duncan P Walker


The Baptistry, Canterbury Cathedral Featured Canterbury Cathedral, England Image

The Baptistry, Canterbury Cathedral

The Baptistery (sic) at Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, the burial place of many of the early Archbishops of Canterbury. Illustration from "Picturesque Europe - The British Isles" published by Cassell Petter & Galpin in 1875 (price 2/6d)

© Linda Steward

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