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Durham Cathedral
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Durham Cathedral

No visit to the North East of England would be complete without a visit to Durham Cathedral. Construction started on this great cathedral in 1093. It rises dramatically above the riverbanks and woodlands of the surrounding countryside. This is a Norman cathedral build in the Romanesque style. The eastern end holds the Chapel of the Nine Alters which is in the Gothic style. The Undercroft features a stunning medieval vaulted ceiling. The cathedral houses the shrine of St Cuthbert.

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Durham Cathedral is located in a peninsula made by a loop in the River Wear in the city of Durham.