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Cathedral Tower
A view from the top of Hereford Cathedral
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  • The Cathedral tower is open to visitors in July and August, but you have to climb a lot of stairs.
  • From the top you can enjoy views over the whole of the city, including the River Wye.
  • A Cathedral has stood in Hereford since Saxon times, though the present building in Norman.
  • The photos were taken with the kind permission of the Cathedral and with the help of Dominic Harbour.
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