Religious Sites in Stratford-upon-Avon and the Heart of England

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Religious Sites in Stratford-upon-Avon and the Heart of England

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
All Saints Church
On the west side of High Town, this 13th-century church contains...
Religious Sites Hereford
 
Birmingham Cathedral
The early-18th-century Cathedral of St. Philip, a few blocks...
Religious Sites Birmingham
 
Chester Cathedral
Tradition has it that a church of some sort stood on the site...
Religious Sites Chester
 
Collegiate Church of St. Mary
Crowded with gilded, carved, and painted tombs, the Beauchamp...
Religious Sites Warwick
 
Coventry Cathedral
Before World War II, Coventry, like York and Canterbury, was...
Religious Sites Coventry
 
Great Malvern Priory
A solidly built early-Norman Benedictine abbey with later Perpendicular...
Religious Sites Great Malvern
 
Guild Chapel
This chapel is the noble centerpiece of Stratford's Guild buildings...
Religious Sites Stratford-upon-Avon
 
Hereford Cathedral and Mappa Mundi
Built of local red sandstone, Hereford Cathedral retains a large...
Religious Sites Hereford
 
Holy Trinity Church
The burial place of William Shakespeare, this 13th-century church...
Religious Sites Stratford-upon-Avon
 
Kilpeck Church
One of Britain's best-preserved Norman churches, built of red...
Religious Sites Hereford
 
Lichfield Cathedral
It's worth a detour (14 miles northeast of Birmingham on A38)...
Religious Sites Birmingham
 
Shrewsbury Abbey
Now unbecomingly surrounded by busy roads, the abbey was founded...
Religious Sites Shrewsbury
 
St. Chad
On a hilltop west of the town center, this church designed by...
Religious Sites Shrewsbury
 
Wenlock Priory
The romantic ruins of this Norman priory, with their elaborate...
Religious Sites Much Wenlock
 
Worcester Cathedral
There are few more quintessentially English sights than that...
Religious Sites Great Malvern
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