Lincoln Cathedral (Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln, officially: The Cathedral Church of St. Mary) is one of the most significant works of English Gothic. The oldest parts still show Norman style. After an unsecured tradition, the cathedral more than 200 years (about 1311-1549) was long the tallest building in the world. She is known "crazy vault" for her angelic choir and the so-called and is considered one of the schools of the English Gothic.