In the City Center of Bath, like in most old European cities, stands the Abbey
, in between the River Avon and the Roman Baths. This is the western view of this Church of England (its 500th anniversary celebrated in 1999) in perpendicular Gothic architecture. Its public entrance is through the small door on the left. It was founded in 1499, with it's present restoration in 1874.
Bath was the last stop of our all-day excursion on February 24th (after Windsor Castle and Stonehenge--pics in my archives), so we caught it at the end of the day as the sun was setting. Also, it had just rained before we got there.
This is a series on Bath, England, when we visited on February 24th.
[Today I'm in Amsterdam.]
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