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St Edmundsbury Cathedral Bury St Edmunds
St Edmundsbury Cathedral is a large church in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England. It is the main church for the Church of England in the area.
The cathedral was built in the 11th century as a monastery. The monastery was named after Saint Edmund, the King of East Anglia who was killed in 869. The monastery church was built in the Norman style and was finished in 1095.
In 1539, the monastery was closed by King Henry VIII during the English Reformation. The monastery church was then changed into a cathedral and became the main church for the new Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich.
The cathedral has been rebuilt and repaired many times over the centuries. The most recent repair was finished in 2005.
St Edmundsbury Cathedral is a large and impressive building. The cathedral is shaped like a cross and has a tall tower in the middle. The cathedral is built in the Perpendicular style, which is a late Gothic style.
The outside of the cathedral is made of limestone and flint. The inside of the cathedral is decorated with many types of stonework, including carvings, statues, and stained glass windows.
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