Coventry, England (by elvis_payne on Flickr)  I understand that the new cathedral is thought by many to be ugly, but I want very much to see the bombed out remains of the old.

Walking alongside Coventry Cathedral with some buildings dating back to the century.

Coventry Cathedral, Coventry, England. Ruins of bombed out cathedral

Ruins of bombed out cathedral - amazing wedding shoot background

St. Michael's victory over the Devil, 1958, Sir Jacob Epstein - Coventry Cathedral, Coventry, England

warrior angels and Jesus Christ foot on satan's head St. Michael's victory over the Devil, Sir Jacob Epstein - Coventry Cathedral, Coventry, England

Ruins of Coventry cathedral after the Blitz

Illustrated history of the Blitz

Ruins of Coventry cathedral after the Blitz, November 1940

Coventry Cathedral- destroyed during the Blitz in WWII

"Coventry Cathedral: love this view of where my parents were married at the beginning of a moving note

The 16th century Ford's Hospital Courtyard, Greyfriars Lane, Coventry, England  Founded by merchant William Ford in 1509 to provide accommodation for elderly people

century - Ford's Hospital Courtyard, Greyfriars Lane, Coventry, England Founded by merchant William Ford in 1509 to provide accommodation for elderly people

U.K. Birds eye view of the ruins of Coventry Cathedral and the St Michael's Porch entrance to the new Coventry Cathedral - England

Birds eye view of the ruins of Coventry Cathedral (after a bombing by Hitler) and the St Michael's Porch entrance to the new Coventry Cathedral - England

14 & 15 Spon Street, Coventry

14 & 15 Spon Street, Coventry my grandma lived on this street!

Coombe Abbey in Coventry, England is a 12th century building, once a Cistercian Abbey and in the 16th century became royal property, in recent years it has been restored as a luxurious hotel and restaurant. It is located within 500 acres of parkland with beautiful gardens and woodland

The grade I listed building is full of history and dates back to the century where it was once a Cistercian Abbey. In the century the abbey became a royal property, and in recent years it has been restored as a luxurious hotel and restaurant.


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