The building of Salisbury Cathedral began in the 13C, it is an ancient and remarkable place of worship. We visited in January 2014. We had to park in a pre-paid parking area some streets away behind a supermarket and walk to the location, which was fine since we are able-bodied. Sign posts to the Cathedral are not clear. The view of the Cathedral from a distance seems mediocre, but when you get up close, you are in for a treat. It is absolutely beautiful. Once inside a sense of awe and wonderment takes over, it's gorgeous, ancient, it smells old, you are transported back to an ancient time. It is a shame the floor memorials are worn with foot traffic. The stained glass windows are fantastic. I personally left with a sense of peace and stillness.
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