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Churches in England


163 churches in England

Churches in London
Westminster Abbey
Since the coronation of William the Conqueror in 1066, almost all English monarchs have been crowned in the cathedral. The Archbis
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Churches in Oxford
Christ Church
Christ Church College is one of many schools that comprises the prestigious Oxford University. It is one of the most famous and mo
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Churches in London
St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church
This Church, considered "too frivolous" by Protestants, is located in a truly privileged position in Trafalgar Square. It was buil
Churches in Oxford
St Giles' Church
St Giles' Church is one of the oldest monuments in Oxford. Its name comes from the street on which it is located which is at the l
Churches in Oxford
Merton College Chapel
The chapel of Merton College is a beautiful historic building, located south of High Street in the medieval center of Oxford. The
Churches in Berwick-upon-Tweed
St Cuthbert's Centre
St. Cuthbert Centre is part of the local Presbyterian church, though outwardly it looks like a church (in fact, it was in the past
Churches in Oxford
Brasenose College Chapel
Brasenose is a small school, that forms part of Oxford University. It is located in Radcliffe Square and its beautiful chapel is l
Churches in Oxford
St Aldate's Church
St Aldate's Church is a small church in Oxford's main street leaving the Carfax in a southern direction. It's a discrete church as
Churches in Newcastle Upon Tyne
Church of St Thomas the Martyr
St. Thomas Church is one of the iconic places in Newcastle, located near the two universities, the civic center and the shopping d
Churches in Rotherham
All Saint Church
Rotherham Parish Church is the third one that was built in this place. There was a church in 937 and then another late Norman chur
Churches in Oxford
St Mary Magdalen's Church
St Mary Magdalen church is in Magdalen Street, a small side street north of the historic center of Oxford (next to the Martyrs Mem
Churches in London
St Margaret's
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Churches in Whitby
St. Mary the Virgin Church
After climbing the hill, which means 199 steps, we glimpsed, next to the ruins of the famous abbey, the church of Saint Mary the V
Churches in Chesterfield
Church of St Mary and All Saints
St. Mary and All Saints, the "Church of the Crooked Spire", was built in the late 13th century and completed about 1360. It is the
Churches in Nottingham
St Mary's Church
This church is the the oldest in the city, and it's definitely one of the most beautiful. The first main body of the church was fi
Churches in Nottingham
St Peter´s Church
Along with St Mary's, St. Nicholas is one of three Christian parishes in this medieval city. The Victorian choir and transept are
Churches in Northumberland
St. Mary's Church
"The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin" (now Anglican) offers as a first important feature its location, where was founded the
Churches in Guildford
Guildford Cathedral
My uncles lived in Guildford for many years and I lived there with my uncles. My daughter was also born in Guildford, a beautiful
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