Sunday, 31 August 2008

Study of a Doorway

Cathedral Close, Exeter, is a delightful row of medieval buildings. The area of the Cathedral Close has been the heart of Exeter since the Romans first built their bath house, and basilica, in the First and Second Centuries. Cathedral Close has the highest concentration of Grade I listed buildings in Exeter and although it is the other end of the Close which has the most famous buildings, this is the end that appeals to me.

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