Salisbury Cathedral was built, with the exception of its towering spire, within one generation (1220-1238). The rapidity of its construction made it England's only cathedral to built wholly within a single style. This view of the nave shows the ornamentation of the interior entirely in the Early English Gothic style.
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Religious architecture; Architecture, Gothic; Salisbury Cathedral Close (Salisbury, England)
Smolski, Chester and of Dereham, Elias, "Salisbury Cathedral: Nave (Interior)" (1973). Browse All. 1120.
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