Cathedrals in South East England
Churches & Cathedrals
Garth House, The Precinct, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1SZ
Rochester Cathedral was founded in 604 and is the second oldest in England. The current building is largely Norman from the 11th century, extended in the 14th century. Outstanding features are the West front and the library door, with beautiful...
Cathedral House, 11 The Precincts, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2EE
The Mother Church of the Anglican Communion and a superb example of English ecclesiastical architecture. Founded by St Augustine in 597AD it was the country’s first Cathedral, the building is particularly renowned for its outstanding examples of 1...