Lincoln Cathedral is a magnificent example of Gothic style building. It was built in several phases during the medieval period and is the fourth largest cathedral in the country. For hundreds of years the cathedral held one of the original copies of Magna Carta, now securely held at Lincoln Castle. The building has many spectacular features, such as the two large stained glass rose windows, the matching Dean’s Eye and the Bishop’s Eye, added during the late middle ages. One major architectural feature is the vaults, which are claimed to be both original and experimental.
Lincoln Cathedral is one of the few English Cathedrals to be built from the rock it is standing on.
Search for the Lincoln Imp carving, an evil imp sent to cause trouble but who is said to have been turned to stone by an angel.
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