Exeter Cathedral, Exeter, Devon, UK. - The founding of the cathedral at Exeter, dedicated to Saint Peter, dates from 1050. The present building was complete by about 1400, and has several notable features, including an early set of misericords, an astronomical clock and the longest uninterrupted vaulted ceiling in England.
Exeter Cathedral - tomb of Walter Bronescombe
Walter Bronescombe was the Bishop of Exeter from 1257-1280, and was responsible for the rebuilding of the cathedral. His ornate tomb dates from the 15th century, when his earlier tomb was incorporated.
#Exeter Cathedral. the ornate medieval screen, preserves the old classical distinction between quire and nave - Organ case (17th century) - #gothic architecture Photo by: Kostas Ipeirotis
World War II: HMS Exeter, Last Days and Recent Tributes
A last tribute to HMS Exeter, a naval legend of World War II. This is the third article referring to this noble British ship. She was lost in the Sea of Java, fighting against a numerous Japanese Squadron, an action in which HMS Exeter and her two accompanying destroyers, HMS Encounter and USS Pope, were heavily outnumbered. All three ships were lost. The wreck of HMS Exeter has since been discovered.