060929.Glastonbury, Abbey Ruins

October 17, 2006 at 7:40 PM | Posted in Architecture, Cathedrals and churches, Overcast, Ruins | 2 Comments

Glastonbury is also the supposed site of King Arthur’s burial (first in its Lady Chapel and then reburied right in front of the High Altar…the Holy Grail was also “found” here). It was pouring the day I came, which is unfortunate because Glastonbury no longer has a roof, and few remaining walls.

View of the Crossing ruins from the Gallilee ruins (sometimes this area is known as the Jerusalem, and sometimes it can be labeled as the narthex, but here it was called the Gallilee)

060929.185.Somset.Glastonbury.Abbey.Gallilee.View of Crossing



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  1. \”Creative minds have always been known to survive any kind of bad training.\” – Anna Freud

    It flashed in my mind when i am here.

  2. Great design

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