Norwich Cathedral is more than 900 years old and the main symbol of this fine city.
“The structure of the cathedral is primarily in the Norman style, having been constructed at the behest of Bishop Herbert de Losinga between the late 11th century and about 1145. The cathedral is built of flint and mortar faced with limestone brought in from Caen.
The bosses of the vault number over 1,000. Each is decorated with a theological image and have been described as without parallel in the Christian world.
“Solomon and the Cathedral”