Tewkesbury Abbey – Norman perfection by the Severn

amazing architecture

Geometry & Silence

Tower vault & choir Tower vault & choir

Nave looking east towards Altar Nave looking east towards Altar

Tower Vault Tower Vault

Nave vault Nave vault

Choir vault and stained glass Choir vault and stained glass

Rood screen and nave looking west from the choir Rood screen and nave looking west from the choir

Choir, looking east to the high altar Choir, looking east to the high altar

North aisle looking west North aisle looking west

Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucestershire. One of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Britain. Built 1121-1530.

Photographed as part of The Severn Project a walk from Source to Sea along the river Severn

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