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.
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