Restored Refectory, Chester Cathedral

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Wolfgang Sauber
published on 05 October 2023
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The restored mid-13th century refectory (now a cafe) in Chester Cathedral, England. The refectory was the place where monks ate their meals and was once a part of St. Werburgh's Abbey. In the far corner can be seen the original reading pulpit.

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Sauber, W. (2023, October 05). Restored Refectory, Chester Cathedral. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/18002/restored-refectory-chester-cathedral/

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