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York Minster

York Minster was built between 1154 and 1472. It is the largest Gothic church in northern Europe and the largest medieval building in England.

The Minster's exterior is full of fascinating architectural and scultpural details.

The interior also boasts a wealth of fascinating details. For a few examples, see the background article 'A brief introduction to John Browne and his illustrations of York Minster'.

The Minster is also a major landmark building and glimpses of it can be gained from many parts of the city.

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York Minster
North Yorkshire

Latitude: 53.962347000000
Longitude: -1.082073000000

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