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Durham Cathedral

Durham Cathedral (in the county of County Durham, in the North-East coast English) has the privilege of hosting the chapel of St. Cuthbert, one of the most influential medieval Christian saints in the United Kingdom, which are conserved the remains, and those of St. Oswald and the Venerable Bede. Always in direct competition with the cathedral of York, with which it is often confused and therefore not accessed, being near the castle of Durham one of the attractions. It was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO a few years ago. The interior is absolutely stunning, so it is a shame that photos and videos are not permitted.

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