The Cathedral of Peterborough, official: The Cathedral Church of St Peter, is due to its three-part facade and consistent asymmetry one of the most unusual medieval cathedrals in Britain. It is the Holy Simon Peter, Paul of Tarsus and Andreas dedicated to the threes dominate the three-part facade. The cathedral shows the full-blown, safe Norman-Romanesque style in architecture of England, comparable to Ely.
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