Monday Window: Windows at Wells….

A recent visit to Wells Cathedral in Somerset, Great Britain gave me the chance to see the magnificent stained glass windows around the cathedral. 

Wells Cathedral contains one of the most substantial collections of medieval stained glass in England, despite damage by Parliamentary troops in 1642 and 1643. The oldest surviving glass dates from the late 13th century and is in two windows on the west side of the chapter house staircase. Two windows in the south choir aisle are from 1310–20.

Linking to Monday Window, pop on over and check out windows this week….

 

 

 

 

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