Religious Sites in East Anglia

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Religious Sites in East Anglia

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Church of St. Peter and St. Paul
Set apart from the village on a hill, this grand 15th-century...
Religious Sites Lavenham
 
Ely Cathedral
Known affectionately as the Ship of the Fens, Ely Cathedral can...
Religious Sites Ely
 
Great St. Mary's
Known as the "university church," Great St. Mary's has its origins...
Religious Sites Cambridge
 
Holy Trinity Church
This largely 15th-century church, founded by the rich clothiers...
Religious Sites Long Melford
 
King's College Chapel
Based on Sainte-Chapelle, the 13th-century royal chapel in Paris...
Religious Sites Cambridge
 
Lincoln Cathedral
Lincoln's crowning glory, the Cathedral of St. Mary was for centuries...
Religious Sites Lincoln
 
Norwich Cathedral
The grandest example of Norman architecture in Norwich has a...
Religious Sites Norwich
 
Peterborough Cathedral
Begun in 1118, this cathedral's history reflects some key events...
Religious Sites Peterborough
 
St. Edmundsbury Cathedral
Although the cathedral dates from the 15th century, its brilliant...
Religious Sites Bury St. Edmunds
 
St. Mary's Church
Built in the 15th century, St. Mary's has a blue-and-gold embossed...
Religious Sites Bury St. Edmunds
 
St. Mary-the-Virgin
One of the most remarkable churches in the region, St. Mary-the-Virgin...
Religious Sites Dedham
 
St. Peter Mancroft
The elaborate church tower of 15th-century St. Peter Mancroft...
Religious Sites Norwich
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