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Winchester Cathedral in Winchester, England was originally built in 1078.  Construction continued until the 16th century and encompassed several styles of architecture.  They are easily seen in the styles of the arches.   It is the longest cathedral in Europe.  The Pilgrims Way leading toward Canterbury started in Winchester.

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