A cathedral is a big church that is usually under the control of a bishop. It is usually the seat of a diocese, a church district headed by a bishop. Most cathedrals, especially medieval ones, are located in the centre of a town or city. They served as the centre of public life. Markets, meetings and masses were held there.
Contents : 5 pages
-Structure of Cathedrals
-European Cathedral Styles
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