York Minster
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York Minster
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Thrusting up from York’s maze of ancient streets are the three muscular towers of York Minster, the largest gothic building in Britain. The cathedral you see today was begun in 1220, took around 250 years to finish and is now widely considered to be one of Europe’s finest medieval buildings.

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