Canterbury – Part 3

It was Easter Saturday when we visited, so there were reminders of the Paschal season all around the cathedral.

Canterbury Cathedral

We walked inside and was greeted by such a sight. The nave was bigger and higher than any church in London – the church did really seem to go forever. And it was was heated too. One wonders about their heating bills. I think most of the entrance fee would go towards this.

Canterbury Cathedral

The main altar and seats were rather modern, yet organic, which I quite liked. None of your jewelled thrones here.

Canterbury Cathedral

But the bell tower was something else. It’s gothic style at its best.

Canterbury Cathedral

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