Salisbury and Old Sarum: Photos

Salisbury Cathedral is one of the only Cathedrals to have a uniform architectural style because it was built in a short 38 year window. The curves in the and arches in the buttresses are beautiful, creating incredible photographic angles are every turn.

Quaint bridge in Salisbury

 

Salisbury Cathedral

 

Door inside Salisbury Cathedral

 

Door at Salisbury Cathedral

 

Hallway along the courtyard at Salisbury Cathedral

 

Windows looking out to the courtyard at Salisbury Cathedral

 

Salisbury Cathedral courtyard

 

Salisbury Cathedral Courtyard

 

Downtown Salisbury

 

View on the way up to Old Sarum

 

Looking down from the "castle" to where the church and parts of the village of Old Sarum use to be

 

View from the top of Old Sarum

 

Ruined walls of Old Sarum

 

Looking down a well/tower at Old Sarum
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One thought on “Salisbury and Old Sarum: Photos

  1. Lovely photos. You might be interested to know that the bridge is known to some as ‘Pudding Bridge’, after a previous bridge that was there long ago. The custom was for market traders to tip left-over unwanted foodstuffs into the River Avon at this point.

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