Winchester Cathedral and Historic City of King Alfred The Great

Who cannot be intrigued by the ancients, the Celtic tribes, and the constant skirmishes of the Wessex rulers with the Danes? It was here that Alfred held his noble court, made rules and encouraged study. It was in this Cathedral that William the Conqueror’s son, William the second, (Rufus), was laid to his unholy rest after a deathly piercing by an arrow in his father’s hunting ground of the New Forest. Take a walk around the Romanesque Cathedral that after opening in 1093 was changed and adapted for the next 400 years.

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