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Cathedral, Church, England, Hertfordshire, Place of Worship

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Stock photo ID:174646750
Upload date:July 26, 2013

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'In late Winter sunshine sits the Norman Cathedral and Abbey of the city of St Albans, in Hertfordshire, just 22 miles north of London. This historic city. was formerly known as the Roman town of Verulamium, and at that time was the second-largest town in Roman Britain after Londinium, that being London. The medieval town grew up on the hill to the east of this around the Benedictine foundation of St Albans Abbey. This is the spot where tradition has it that St Alban, the first British Christian martyr, was beheaded sometime before AD 324. It was, at one time, the principal abbey in England. St Albans Cathedral, formerly St Albans Abbey, has, at 84 metres (275 feet), the longest nave of any cathedral in England. With much of its present architecture dating from Norman times, it became a cathedral in 1877.'
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