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Sheffield Cathedral The Nave
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Sheffield Cathedral.

This is the oldest building in Sheffield and has a history of 1000 years.  This panorama is taken directly beneath the Lantern, a recent introduction, designed to throw light into the entrace, the Font and the Nave and to show a sight to the heavens.

Copyright: Ivor Linington
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 30/01/2011
Updated: 14/08/2014
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Tags: sheffield; cathedral; church; chapel; thé; nave; lantern; entrance; stained; glass; linington; ivor
  • Emily Nelson 10 months ago
    This is great! Really beautiful color and detail.
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