There are a few things English that are without rival and unsurpassed world-wide. One of then is undoubtedly King's College Chapel. Founded in 1441 by King Henry VI (one of the few things he got right) it oozes history and style. Here is a TOP TIP. Visit for the 5.30 pm daily evensong and the entrance is free other than a voluntary donation at the conclusion on the way out. On the day we visited the service was elongated as a Requiem for the aforementioned monarch. We sat in the choir stalls right next to the choir. And what a choir. English chapel singing at its incomparable best. The boys and young men make a truly heavenly sound in an awe inspiring surroundings. Whilst listening gaze around at the stained glass windows you will not be disappointed. English heritage at its finest.
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