[ELH] Bristol's medieval churches: St Mary Redcliffe



St Mary Redcliffe is one of the grandest Perpendicular churches in England. Its location is in the area of city expansion south of the river and its original status was as a chapelry of Bedminster. However, its merchant builder donated a site sufficiently raised above the level of the river-frontage to enhance its visual impact.

Other pictures of, and information about St Mary Redcliffe can be found on the web-site 'About Bristol', by clicking here.

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Last updated: 30 May 2000 13:07
Dr G.R. Jones

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