Wells Cathedral, Somerset, England, begun 1175. Bishop Reginald de Bohun brought the idea of a revolutionary architectural style from France, and Wells was the first English cathedral to be built entirely in this new Gothic style.
One of my favorite places I traveled to in my late 20's was to a small castle ruin in Wales, England. It was a quiet place & I got headphones with narration to walk thru while listening to stories of the battles, day-day lives of the great old warriors of Wales. Great memory!
Litchfield Cathedral, Litchfield, Staffordshire - The first cathedral was built on the present site in 700 AD. Work began on the present Gothic cathedral in 1195. At the time of the Domesday Book survey, Lichfield was held by the bishop of Chester. It is the only medieval English cathedral with three spires.