by Carmen Allan-Petale
We do try and avoid cathedrals on our travels, as we’re well aware of ABC syndrome (Another Bloody Cathedral) but sometimes the beauty of the buildings is too hard to resist.
Such as Wells Cathedral. The first church was built on the site, in Somerset, England, in 705 but construction on the cathedral that now stands began in the 10th century.
Even if you’re an atheist, like we are, there’s something magical about this place of worship. See the photos below and see if you agree.