The map of the Cathedrals reveals the well-known Cathedrals in the UK. Aldershot Cathedral is an old parish church that served as a cathedral of the Diocese of Guildford from 2000 to 2014. It was rebuilt between 1775 and 1831 after the original building was destroyed during the revolution. The Cathedral is the burial place of the last British Army's General, Lord Kitchener, and Admiral Earl Beatty.
Arundel also has another well known Cathedral. According to Arundel's page, it is known as one of the only Anglo-Saxon cathedrals in England. It is known for its retrochoir with Travertine marble pillars.
Chichester Cathedral is one of the newest cathedrals, dedicated to the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It has a pretty interior and an interesting circular tower with a copper spire. Chichester Cathedral has a comprehensive collection of ecclesiastical items, including paintings, sculptures, online jobs, forex monuments, and textiles, displaying outstanding originality, colourful artistic quality, and innovation. The extensive collection means that the Cathedral is a major tourist attraction, and visitors can enjoy the beautiful view of the Chichester Cathedral.
St Johns Cathedral Eastney Road, Portsmouth is a beautiful church full of history that you can find just off of the seaside. The cathedral stands in the place of a former basilica and its construction began in 1879. It houses eleven vicars who celebrate liturgies in the Byzantine Rite; they are also responsible for services such as weddings and baptisms for Eastern Europeans in Portsmouth. Recently, the nave was adorned with a mural by Michael Newbery depicting Christ’s ascension into heaven that reaches an imposing height of 15 meters.The church was originally created for the working families of Portsmouth. The history of it goes back to 1876 when Eastney tin-worker gave the land to the tin Chapel which was originally called Christ Church. This chapel is open even though it's not in use and it's a valuable archive of the area. St Johns cathedral was built at the start of the 19th century to replace an earlier church on the site that had been built in 1807. The architect, George Edmund Street also designed St Pauls Cathedral in London. One interesting feature of this church is an old red brick tower, which can be seen from miles away, and has some good views over Portsmouth Harbour.
St. Johns Cathedral is now one of Portsmoth's tourist attractions. It's recorded that it held excellent admirers, especially to the Queen of Spain, years before it opened in 1891. It can seat 960 people and was built with funds raised all through the country - the original design was by John Gregory Crace. There is a lot to see at St. Johns Cathedral like an altarpiece (a painting or sculpture on an altar), chandeliers, paintings, graves, etc.
Bradford Cathedral is a Church of England cathedral that serves as the Cathedral and seat of the Diocese of Bradford. It is situated in West Park, off City Road. The original church on the site was founded as a 'chapel of ease’ in 1069 to serve the surrounding settlements of Osmond Thorpe and Shelf. It was consecrated on 14th April 1904, covering an area of about 11,600 square yards capable of accomodating a congregation of about 1,100 people ), and designed by George Frederick Bodley and Thomas Garner. It has been described as "the outstanding architectural memorial of the pre-Reformation in England.
Brentwood Cathedral is the 'seat' of the Anglican Bishop of Brentwood as part of a Team Ministries parochially served by three vicars parochial serving for Rainham, Upminster, and Harold Hill. Originally named after Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk and a suitor of the daughter of Henry VIII, after Suffolk donated land for Brentwood market, it was renamed St. Mary the Virgin's Church.