York Minister


The York Minister is the largest gothic cathedral, dating back to the Middle Ages. Construction took over 250 years, and is the most popular cathedral in Great Britain. The Romantic Era is known for the revival of Gothic architecture from medieval times. The Gothic style is determined by rising naves, and having more light enter the cathedral. 

This cathedral has rising pillars, a south and north transept with stained-glass windows made from grisaille glass, along with flying buttresses used to support the structure. 

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