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Exeter Cathedral is one of the great Cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere.

West Front Image Screen

West Front Image Screen

The West Front Image Screen of Exeter Cathedral is one of the great architectural features of Medieval England.

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Bishops' Throne

Bishops' Throne

The magnificent Bishop's Throne is one of the greatest treasures of medieval woodwork in Europe.  It was made in the early 14th century using local Devon oak and is 18m (59ft) tall.  

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Great East Window

Great East Window

Above the pair of arches behind the high altar soars a splendid display of stained glass, the Great East Window.  Much of this glass, including the nineteen figures, is medieval.

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Minstrels' Gallery

Minstrels' Gallery

High up on the north side of the nave is a projecting balcony built in the middle of the 14th century. It is decorated with carved angels playing musical instruments and is known as the Minstrels’ Gallery.

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Norman Towers

Norman Towers

The two sqaure towers were built between 1114 and 1133 as part of the Norman cathedral.

During the construction of the present cathedral, these towers were incorporated in the new building as transepts.

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Pulpitum Screen

Pulpitum Screen

The West Front Image Screen of the Cathedral is one of the great architectural features of Medieval England.  The addition of the image screen around 1340 marked the completion the re‑building of the cathedral in the Gothic style. 

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St James's Chapel

St James's Chapel

Reduced to rubble in 1942 and rebuilt after the end of the Second World War.

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Astronomical Clock

Astronomi­cal Clock

Dating from 1484, the large dial of the Exeter Astronomical Clock is a working model of the solar system as it was then understood.

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Vaulting

Vaulting

The 14th century stone vault which forms the nave and quire ceiling is one of the glories of Exeter Cathedral.  It is the longest continuous medieval stone vault in the world. 

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Martyrs' Pulpit

Martyrs' Pulpit

The pulpit in the Nave was erected in memory of Bishop John Coleridge Patteson who was ordained in Exeter Cathedral.

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West Front Image Screen

West Front Image Screen

The West Front Image Screen of Exeter Cathedral is one of the great architectural features of Medieval England.

FIND OUT MORE
St James's Chapel

St James's Chapel

Reduced to rubble in 1942 and rebuilt after the end of the Second World War.

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Bishops' Throne

Bishops' Throne

The magnificent Bishop's Throne is one of the greatest treasures of medieval woodwork in Europe.  It was made in the early 14th century using local Devon oak and is 18m (59ft) tall.  

FIND OUT MORE
Vaulting

Vaulting

The 14th century stone vault which forms the nave and quire ceiling is one of the glories of Exeter Cathedral.  It is the longest continuous medieval stone vault in the world. 

FIND OUT MORE
Pulpitum Screen

Pulpitum Screen

The West Front Image Screen of the Cathedral is one of the great architectural features of Medieval England.  The addition of the image screen around 1340 marked the completion the re‑building of the cathedral in the Gothic style. 

FIND OUT MORE
Minstrels' Gallery

Minstrels' Gallery

High up on the north side of the nave is a projecting balcony built in the middle of the 14th century. It is decorated with carved angels playing musical instruments and is known as the Minstrels’ Gallery.

FIND OUT MORE
Astronomical Clock

Astronomi­cal Clock

Dating from 1484, the large dial of the Exeter Astronomical Clock is a working model of the solar system as it was then understood.

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Norman Towers

Norman Towers

The two sqaure towers were built between 1114 and 1133 as part of the Norman cathedral.

During the construction of the present cathedral, these towers were incorporated in the new building as transepts.

FIND OUT MORE
Great East Window

Great East Window

Above the pair of arches behind the high altar soars a splendid display of stained glass, the Great East Window.  Much of this glass, including the nineteen figures, is medieval.

FIND OUT MORE
Martyrs' Pulpit

Martyrs' Pulpit

The pulpit in the Nave was erected in memory of Bishop John Coleridge Patteson who was ordained in Exeter Cathedral.

FIND OUT MORE
West Front Image Screen

West Front Image Screen

The West Front Image Screen of Exeter Cathedral is one of the great architectural features of Medieval England.

FIND OUT MORE
Minstrels' Gallery

Minstrels' Gallery

High up on the north side of the nave is a projecting balcony built in the middle of the 14th century. It is decorated with carved angels playing musical instruments and is known as the Minstrels’ Gallery.

FIND OUT MORE
St James's Chapel

St James's Chapel

Reduced to rubble in 1942 and rebuilt after the end of the Second World War.

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Astronomical Clock

Astronomi­cal Clock

Dating from 1484, the large dial of the Exeter Astronomical Clock is a working model of the solar system as it was then understood.

FIND OUT MORE
Bishops' Throne

Bishops' Throne

The magnificent Bishop's Throne is one of the greatest treasures of medieval woodwork in Europe.  It was made in the early 14th century using local Devon oak and is 18m (59ft) tall.  

FIND OUT MORE
Norman Towers

Norman Towers

The two sqaure towers were built between 1114 and 1133 as part of the Norman cathedral.

During the construction of the present cathedral, these towers were incorporated in the new building as transepts.

FIND OUT MORE
Vaulting

Vaulting

The 14th century stone vault which forms the nave and quire ceiling is one of the glories of Exeter Cathedral.  It is the longest continuous medieval stone vault in the world. 

FIND OUT MORE
Great East Window

Great East Window

Above the pair of arches behind the high altar soars a splendid display of stained glass, the Great East Window.  Much of this glass, including the nineteen figures, is medieval.

FIND OUT MORE
Pulpitum Screen

Pulpitum Screen

The West Front Image Screen of the Cathedral is one of the great architectural features of Medieval England.  The addition of the image screen around 1340 marked the completion the re‑building of the cathedral in the Gothic style. 

FIND OUT MORE
Martyrs' Pulpit

Martyrs' Pulpit

The pulpit in the Nave was erected in memory of Bishop John Coleridge Patteson who was ordained in Exeter Cathedral.

FIND OUT MORE

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