(active 1180-1240 in Wells)

Interior view

begun c. 1230
Cathedral, Wells, Somerset

The architecture of the cathedral presents a harmonious whole which is entirely Gothic and mostly in a single style, the Early English Gothic of the late 12th and early 13th centuries.

The photo shows the Gothic nave looking east, with the famous scissors arches added in 1338.

View the ground plan of Wells Cathedral.

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