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“Quiet and beautiful”
5 of 5 bubbles Review of All Saints Church

All Saints Church
Ranked #77 of 200 things to do in York
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Owner description: York's finest medieval Church. World famous stained glass. Painted Angel ceiling. Fantastic medieval style tile pavement in The Lady Chapel. Roman Column. Medieval panel painting:"The Lady Chapel Painting". Site of "The York Visions" - in 1421 Emma Roughton had seven visions of The Virgin Mary in which she foretold the death of Henry V and laid down details for the coronation of the baby Henry VI and the government of England and France.
Oxford, United Kingdom
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“Quiet and beautiful”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 20 May 2012

We were the only people inside this small, beautiful church, which I can only assume is often overlooked in favor of the Minster. It apparently houses the most extensive collection of medieval stained glass in Great Britain (or something) and it really is quite beautiful as well as interesting. Since it is less crowded, it is a much better place to go for a bit of quiet contemplation.

Visited April 2012
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“A Hidden Treasure”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 January 2012

We found this amazing church close to the Micklegate Travelodge. It is in North Street off Micklegate 2 minutes from the Travelodge, however it is worth visiting from anywhere in the City centre as it is a hidden treasure.
It dates back to the 10th Century and has some amazing features including painted carvings and unique stained glass windows from the14th and 15th centuries still intact For each window there is an explanatory guide. Allow some time to read the explanations of the windows and spot the medieval man in spectacles! We met one of the Clergy who gave interesting information .The church is still consecrated, but only has 76 Parishioners.
Immediately, outside the church there is a nice walk along the River Ouse.

Visited January 2012
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