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"Visiting English cathedrals one learns a great deal about history from Roman times to the present day."
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Which cathedral in London was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and rebuilt under the direction of Sir Christopher Wren?
St Paul's Cathedral
Canterbury Cathedral was the site of a famous murder during the reign of Henry II. Who was the victim?
Thomas a Becket
Which cathedral in the north of England, reputed to be one of the most beautiful pieces of Norman architecture in Europe, contains some of the bones of St Cuthbert?
During WWII the German Air Force bombed Kent intensively. Which cathedral there was targetted?
Which English cathedral is known as the Ship of the Fens?
This cathedral in Devon suffered a direct hit during a German bombing raid on the night of 4/5th May, 1942. Do you know its name?
Two Queens were buried in this cathedral during the Tudor period, Katherine of Aragon and Mary, Queen of Scots. What is its name?
Salisbury Cathedral, in the lovely county of Wiltshire, holds the best preserved original document that is one of the most important in English history, in fact, its provisions still influence the system of law in many western countries. (hint: signed in 1215)
US Bill of Rights
Last Will and Testament of Henry V
Canterbury Cathedral, in Kent, has a memorial to the Allied Forces who took part in D-Day, when the combined forces of their armies, navies and air forces lauched their attack on the German forces at Normandy. What was that date?
15 September, 1943
29th July, 1944
6th June, 1944
3rd April, 1943
While it is not, strictly speaking, a Cathedral as it does not have a Bishop as its chief clergyman, do you know the name of the very important London church where the English monarchs are crowned?
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