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St Nicholas Cathedral, Newcastle upon Tyne

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
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  • I was in and out of Newcastle Cathedral in no time. The place is gloomy and depressing. Steer clear and go to see Durham Cathedral instead which is wonderful. 
  • One of the few heritage buildings and quite the best. It is not large as befitting a parish church but it is beautifully decorated and has one of the best/most bizarre Jacobean monuments I've see. The...  read more »
  • Near the castle is this Cathedral. I like it myself also always nice to sightseeing and not just shops in and out of racing for the first time anywhere if I bowl. From the Castle walking back to the Centre meets with you so on the St. Nicholas and there was our whole company is happy with it! Within a number of exhibitions and here and there some reading on the Cathedral itself. The building dates from 1350! In the eighteenth century heavy restores, but still a good piece of history is just! I found it very worth within looked.
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  • Clean quiet and open to the public. Some great architectural bits to examine and nice building. Worth a quick visit if you pass.
  • A must when visiting Newcastle. The church is beautiful and truly special.
  • A place of quiet and contemplation in the middle of the city.
  • Lovely architecture
  • Wonderful place to sing- fabulous acoustic for a small lunchtime concert. Not overwhelming.
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