This lovely village church dates back to the late 10th century and, like everything in England, is rich with character and history. You can read about it here: http://chaldonchurch.co.uk/history-chaldon-church
This beautiful church sits on the grounds of Westminster Abbey and was consecrated in 1523. It’s also been the church of the House of Commons since 1614. The church is still used regularly for worship and musical recitals. There are five photos in this post, so thank you very much for viewing them all. You’ll know you’re at the end when you see the little magpie!
Southwark Cathedral is on the River Thames near London Bridge. The site has been home to a church for over 1,000 years. One thousand years. It’s a magnificent structure. You can read about its history here: http://cathedral.southwark.anglican.org/visit/history-and-architecture.
Scroll to the bottom of the next photo and notice the royal blue irises against the dark stone of the cathedral.
This next shot is a sculpture above one of the entrances. Every detail is a work of art.
Finally, one more doorway surrounded by gorgeous gothic architecture.
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