York Minster (Münster), officially "Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Saint Peter in York" is the largest medieval church in England. After a construction period of 250 years, it was finished in 1472nd To date, it attracts daily hundreds of tourists from all over the world and is in addition to the narrow streets, the university and several museums, the main attraction of the city of York. Particularly impressive in this Gothic-style cathedral is the size. A wall of windows, for example, as large as the length of a tennis field. are impressive also the two towers of the western façade and the mighty, square central tower, which rises above the center of the cathedral.