Anne-Sophie at UEA

An International Student of Literature in England.

Norwich Cathedral

I finally visited Norwich Cathedral! It’s very big and impressive…

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Britainfromabove.org.uk

Entry is free. At the entrance, some people gave me flyers explaining the different parts of the Cathedral (with a map) and its history.

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Map.

It was built over 900 years ago and reflects the religious (Christian) history of Norfolk. 

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Central part of the Cathedral.

There’s a huge organ! I love this instrument and was very happy because someone was practising on it during my visit.

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Wonderful glass window.

They have a series of very nice drawings explaining the life and death of Jesus.

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This temporary display was on, I really liked it. I can’t remember the name of the artist, sorry.

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View from the cloister.

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One comment on “Norwich Cathedral

  1. Fred
    27 May, 2015

    Ça donne envie s’y aller , très jolie … 😉

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