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Transcript of History
The Gloucester Cathedral was built in 1100.
In 679 this place was a little monastery. In 1089 was the St. Peter's abbey. In 1541 this abbey turned into Gloucester Cathedral.
It was used to the film of Harry Potter, as a location for Doctor who Christmas special and for the serie The Hollow Crown.
The Gloucester Cathedral is 420 metres long
and 140 feet wide, with a tower of 225 metres high.
It has got pillars. The stone
vault of the nave
remplaced the original wooden roof in 1242.
: It can be entered from the south. The earliest part of the Cathedral is down here, dating 1087.
The Great East Window
: This window, wich depicts Christ, Mary and numerous apostles, dates from about 1350.
The 14th century cloisters are a major highlight of Gloucester Cathedral.
The Gloucester Cathedral
Organ of Gloucester Cathedral
The Cathedral has got a Cathedral Choir and a Youth Choir. Everyday except Monday they song.
The Cathedral every year takes part in the world famous Three Choirs Festival.
It has got an amazing organ.
Pillars of Gloucester Cathedral
In this cathedral are buried a lot of people:
Edward II of England
They make the important decisions.As well as the Canons, they are three lay members who bring their experience of other fiels of work to bear on the decision of the chapter.
The clergy is formed by:
-Archdeacon of Gloucester
-The Director of the Department of Mission and Ministry.
Clergy of Gloucester Cathedral
Burials of Gloucester Cathedral
Marta Rodríguez, Lucía Cayetano, Sandra Benavente
View of the cathedral: Exterior