Building on the Past


As well as the other buildings in St Albans that we featured earlier this month, we also liked this rather picturesque church. It is St Michael’s and is considered to be the most significant Anglo-Saxon building in England. It mostly dates from the 10th and 11th centuries, with later additions and restoration in the 19th century.

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