Since the Middle Ages, pilgrims and visitors have been welcomed to Canterbury Cathedral. Famously, Archbishop Thomas Becket’s murder at the Cathedral, in what is now known as the martyrdom, was immortalised in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Today, the magnificent structure stands as part of a Unesco World Heritage Site. Visitors can explore the walled precincts; marvel at the knave, a stunning example of English Perpendicular Gothic; admire the stained glass of the quire and trinity chapel (there is over 1,200 square metres of stained glass in the Cathedral); and discover the 11th Century Romanesque crypt.

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