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The Shrine and Parish Church of All Saints North Street, York
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Pay a visit to The Shrine and Parish Church of All Saints North Street, a 12th-century structure noted for its collection of medieval stained glass windows representing Corporal Acts of Mercy, including feeding the hungry, quenching the thirst of the thirsty, and offering hospitality to strangers. Purchase the guidebook to learn more about the windows' significance and history. A visit to The Shrine and Parish Church of All Saints North Street represents just the start of the adventure when you use our York tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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Hidden away down a side street, you will find this richly detailed church whose construction dates from 12th century. The 14th-15th century stained glass is very fine and large in scale; of special no... read more »
All Saints North Street is tucked away from the main tourist area of York and doesn't look anything special from the outside. However, I had read it had wonderful medieval stained glass and I was not ... read more »
esta es una hermosa iglesita que esta apartada de la zona tipicamente turistica pero vale la pena ir y conocerla, tiene unos vitrales increibles y unos hermosos angeles para dmirar, me encantoThis is a beautiful little church that is away from the typical tourist area but worth go and meet it, has some incredible stained-glass windows and beautiful angeles for dmirar, I lovedshow original
Just a beautiful wee place, you must visit if you need some quite time. Beautiful stained glass windows
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