on August 9, 2003
A 12th-century Norman cathedral that is a polyglot of design . . . Romanesque, Norman, a perpendicular tower, early English. It has a fragment of a 2nd-century Roman mosaic, 16th-century paintings and a 20th-century pulpit. There is a window by Marc Chagall and 12th-century bays in the Lady Chapel. It is, for all that, a lovely building. The town outside its doors also has a nice feel to it and is a nice place to stop for a meal.
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