Cathedrals are more than religious monuments or the seat of a bishop. They are deep repositories of history, art, politics, and culture—many of them with roots that stretch back into time in a way that’s nearly impossible to imagine.
St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans
Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England
Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C.
Westminster Abbey, London, UK
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles
Catedral de Sevilla, Spain