Carlisle Cathedral

Carlisle Cathedral was founded as an Augustinian priory. It became a cathedral in 1133. In fact, it is the second smallest of England’s ancient cathedrals. Notable features include figurative stone carving and a set of medieval choir stalls. Furthermore, is has the largest window in the Flowing Decorated Gothic style in England.

It is an Anglican Cathedral and former Augustinian Priory of St Mary (1122). In addition, it was dedicated at the Reformation to ‘The Holy and Undivided Trinity’. Its unbroken stream of worship, Christian learning and hospitality continues to this day.

The beauty and magnificence of the building make it one of Carlisle’s most prestigious and visited attractions.

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