Wells Cathedral is officially St Andrews Cathedral in Wells, England. It is the crowning glory of the Wells town, located in Somerset. The cathedral dates back to the 13th century. Wells cathedral has intricate artwork. The architecture of the cathedral is unique and spectacular.
The cathedral is famous for its western front, which is adorned with wonderful sculptures of kings and saints. The interior of the Cathedral has an abundance of ‘scissor’ arches. You may either like them or dislike them. They are unique to the cathedral and cannot be seen elsewhere.
Construction work on the Wells Cathedral began in the year 1180, under the supervision of Bishop Reginald. However, the majority of the work was carried out under the guidance and watchful eye of Bishop Jocelyn, who was a local of the area with mighty ambitions for the [...]