ChelmsfordCath

Chelmsford Cathedral, England. It was St. Mary’s parish church until 1914, when the diocese was created. It’s 800 years old and has been rebuilt several times, including an enlargement of the south porch after World War II to commemorate Anglo-American friendship and the many U.S. airmen who were stationed in Essex. (Wikipedia)

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