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Wells Cathedral

Wells Cathedral is the impressive seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells. Foundations date to the tenth century, and it has survived eight centuries with all its associated buildings still around it – the Charter House, Vicar’s Hall, Cloisters and the unique Vicar’s Close.

Wells Cathedral, Chain Gate, Wells

Somerset

http://www.wellscathedral.org.uk/history/index.shtml

Daily, August to September, 7am-7pm. October to March, 7am-6pm

Donations: Adult £5; children £2; senior £3.50

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