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Winchester Cathedral, Midnight Mass.

Winchester Cathedral, where I go for midnight mass every year on Christmas Eve. Also, a great childhood memory for my mum

The view of the Cathedral thrills my heart and says home to me having spent most of my Cornish life in and around Truro

Truro Cathedral - lucky enough to be there from One of the most beautiful parts of the world! Brilliant view of it as you come into Truro on the train, espeically at night. Endless memories of fantastic concerts and services there.

TRURO CATHEDRAL: 'Truro’s Victorian masterpiece is the first Anglican cathedral to be built on a new site since Salisbury Cathedral began to rise from the ground in 1220. It needed to be impressive: for 800 years Cornwall had been denied its own bishop, and decades of intense lobbying finally paid off when, in 1877, the diocese of Cornwall (which had last been held at St Germans, in the 10th century) was finally re-established on Cornish soil, at Truro.

The Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Truro is an Anglican cathedral located in the city of Truro, Cornwall.

Truro Cathedral in Truro, Cornwall

See 89 photos and 11 tips from 468 visitors to Truro Cathedral. "I read the lesson in here once for a big parade - my mouth was so dry!

Truro Cathedral (and the tower of Kenwyn Church peeping through the trees)

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West Country Views - Truro Photos

Truro, Cornwall, UK - Looking from St Mary's Street towards Truro Cathedral. Gothic Revival design by John Loughborough Pearson

Truro Cathedral, S.W. View , Truro, Cornwall, England, UK J.L. Pearson, architect(s). From the American Architect and Building News, May 14, 1880. 12.25 by 16.5 inches. VG+ condition with light browni

Truro Cathedral, S.W. View , Truro, Cornwall, England, UK, 1880, J.L. Pearson

Truro Cathedral, S.W. View , Truro, Cornwall, England, UK J.L. Pearson, architect(s). From the American Architect and Building News, May 14, 1880. 12.25 by 16.5 inches. VG+ condition with light browni

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