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Chester Cathedral stands within the north eastern quarter. Much of the decoration dates from 19th century renovations. There has been a church on the site since the 10th century. Prior to that a Druidic Temple and a Roman Temple are thought to have occupied part of the site. These are photographs of the external fabric of the church and it's environs.


Chester Photograph Galleries

Setting the Scene

Chester: The walls

Chester: The rows


Chester Zoo Gallery

Chester: River and Canal

More gallery information

Video presentation of a selection of gallery content

Useful Links

The official Chester tourist guide

The official Chester tourist site

Chester a virtual stroll around the walls

An information packed site about the heritage of Chester and guided walks

River boat trips and open top bus tours of Chester

River trips and open top bus tours of Chester

Chester wiki

More information about modern and historical Chester


Photo Blog Directory

Photo Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory

Photo Store

Chester photo store

Also take a look at...

link to ls-EYEWORKS

For more pictures go to

Polperro-a portrait

or take a look at our portrait of Polperro in Cornwall