Hereford Cathedral, Hereford, Herefordshire, England
The Nave is lined with Norman columns and arches and has a stupendous decorated and vaulted ceiling.
This shows one of the Norman arches in the nave with parts of other arches visible which are rather nicely lit.
The 14th century Quire.
There are forty 14th-century misericords in the Quire stalls which show a mixture of mythological beasts, grotesques and everyday events.
The ceiling although vaulted is plain and does not have the same standard of decoration as the nave.
This Crypt, although small, is of special interest as the solitary example of a crypt in an English cathedral built after the Norman period.
The Tower Crossing is certainly spacious but is rather plain. Part of one of the transepts can also be seen.
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