United Kingdom Canterbury Cathedral Cloisters

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Jakub Bors

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Canterbury Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Worldwide Anglican Communion and the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Its Great Cloister was constructed in the period between 1408 and 1414. They are situated on the north side of the Canterbury Cathedral. The highlight of the cloisters is the grandiose domed roof decorated with many painted shields and figures. The walkway served as a place for contemplation, reading, and writing. On the ceiling of the Cloisters are knobs that bear the arms of persons who have contributed money to the building and decoration of the Cathedral.

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