Coventry Cathedral

Pelham Row House
7 Priory Road
024 7622 7597

All buses serving stop nearby in either Fairfax Street, Pool Meadow, Hale Street or Trinity Street.

On the 16th of November 1940, King George the Sixth visited the ruins of Coventry Cathedral, a cathedral that had been in place since the 11th century.Coventry was the first British city to be destroyed in this way and the only city to lose its Cathedral.The new cathedral rises above the ruins of Old St Michael's as a testament to the strength of forgiveness and reconciliation.

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