Anglican church

Explore the rich history and stunning architecture of Anglican churches. Discover the beauty and serenity of these sacred spaces, and find inspiration for your next visit or spiritual journey.
Canterbury Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Anglican Communion, and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Originally established in 597AD, the Cathedral and its Precincts are both a Place of Worship and a major part of a World Heritage Site. Purcell has supported the Surveyor to the Fabric for over twenty years. England, Architecture, Romanesque, Canterbury, Heritage Site, Canterbury Cathedral, Old Churches, Historic Buildings, Cathedral Church

Canterbury Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Anglican Communion, and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Originally established in 597AD, the Cathedral and its Precincts are both a Place of Worship and a major part of a World Heritage Site. Purcell has supported the Surveyor to the Fabric for over twenty years.

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