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A bit about Worcester Cathedral
Worcester Cathedral was built between 1084-1504 and rises 62m (203.41ft) above the River Severn. A truly majestic site.
Here you can find the tomb of King John (24 December 1166 – 19 October 1216), he who reluctantly signed The Magna Carta in 1215, then promptly ignored it all a few months later. It was however, good start though for us small people.
You can also find Prince Arthur’s Chantry, St Wulfstan’s Crypt, the early 12th century round chapter house, medieval cloister, all topped off by some fine Victorian stained glass.