The St. Peter's Cathedral and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity of Gloucester, officially "The Cathedral Church of The Holy Trinity and Indivisible" in Gloucester, England, located north of the city near the River Severn. The cathedral was built in 681 in an abbey, St. Peter consecrated was (dissolved by Henry VIII.). It is 123 meters (420 feet) long and 42 meters (144 feet) wide, with a central 68.5 meters (225 feet) high tower from the 15th century. The tower with its four peaks a famous landmark. The (provided with vestibules) crypt is one of four that exist in English cathedral; the others are in Worcester Cathedral, Winchester Cathedral and Canterbury Cathedral.