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The 11 Most Impressive Buildings in Bristol, UK

Clifton Cathedral | ©John Lord/Flickr
Clifton Cathedral | ©John Lord/Flickr
The historic city of Bristol has an abundance of beautiful buildings, each with their own story and purpose. We’ve rounded up 11 must-see buildings in the city that architecture fans will love to visit.

St Mary Redcliffe Church

Building, Church
St Marys Redcliffe
St Marys Redcliffe | © Shawn Spencer-Smith/Flickr
This beautiful church, situated on Redcliffe Hill, is a pure masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Over 800 years old, the building boasts impressive ironwork, incredible stained glass windows and a infamous organ. Even just admiring this building from the outside is inspiring.
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The Victoria Rooms

Building, University
The Victoria Rooms is somewhat of a Bristol landmark, standing tall at the famous Clifton Triangle. First opened in 1842, the cultural venue has hosted the likes of Charles Dickens, who did a number of readings at the building. Nowadays, the Victoria Rooms plays a bit part in Bristol’s music scene, with a 700-seat auditorium and a number of recording studios.
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