Churches in Cambridge, UK:
Great St Mary’s Church, Cambridge – in its current form from the 15th century (originally from the 11th). You can climb the 113-foot tower in the church to get an excellent view over the colleges and marketplace in flat Cambridge (the other point to get a view from above is the Castle Hill by Castle Road). You can also enjoy free concerts at around lunch time in the church, in the Michaelhouse Centre, a small café / gallery / venue for performing arts.

Clock on St Mary's Church, Cambridge
Clock on St Mary's Church, Cambridge (photo by Paul Stainthorp)

The Round Church (aka Church of the Holy Sepulchre) in Bridge Street Cambridge is one of the few Norman round churches in England (from around 1131, extensively restored in 1841)

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