Lincoln Cathedral St Hughs Choir
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全景摄影师 Ivor Linington EXPERT 日期和时间 10:32, 07/01/2011 - Views loading...


Lincoln Cathedral St Hughs Choir

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360 degree panorama taken in the heart of this most beautiful English Cathedral.  St. Hugh a 12th Century Bishop who stood up to the Kings Henry 2, Richard and John in caring for the poor and in defence of the Jews, started construction on this site, and would probably have prayed here. 

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A: Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, England

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Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, England

B: Lincoln Cathedral the Crossing

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This view of Lincoln Cathedral interior is centred on the main crossing, where the North Transept, on...

Lincoln Cathedral the Crossing

C: Lincoln Cathedral The High Altar

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The High Altar depicted here is in the oldest section of the Cathedral, and is positioned at the east...

Lincoln Cathedral The High Altar

D: Angel Choir, Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, England

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Angel Choir, Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, England

E: Bishop Russell's Chantry, Lincoln Cathedral, England

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Bishop Russell's Chantry, Lincoln Cathedral, England

F: Cantilupe Chantry, Lincoln Cathedral, England

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Cantilupe Chantry, Lincoln Cathedral, England

G: Lincoln Cathedral Chapterhouse, England

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Lincoln Cathedral Chapterhouse, England

H: Lincoln Cathedral the Nave

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This is the nave or the main public area for worship in this, some say, the finest and most important...

Lincoln Cathedral the Nave

I: Nettleham Hall

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More amazing panoramas and pictures: Nettleham hall was the home of the Hood Fa...

Nettleham Hall

J: Tattershall Castle (Great Hall)

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A view of the great hall in Tattershall Castle

Tattershall Castle (Great Hall)

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