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  • Day7


    September 17 in the United Kingdom ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    Originally an old Roman town, Chichester is now a cathedral city. The thick Roman walls have been replaced by thinner medieval walls built on their foundations.

    Formerly kown as the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, Chichester Cathedral was established in 1075. It has a beautiful interior and a guide pointed out the Arundel Tomb to us; this is unusual as there are two figures lying side by side - the Earl of Arundel and his second wife, Eleanor - and is commemorated in a famous Philip Larkin poem. There are also Roman mosaic remains on view in the cathedral. We explore the Bishop's Garden before walking to the city centre.

    Here, the Roman nature of the city is further confirmed by the NS and WE roads from the city gates meeting; the Chichester Cross now stands at this central point - this is where the market used to be held.

    Rejoining the city walls we reach Priory Park which houses the remains of Chichester Castle; originally built in 1154 only the motte remains today. Close to it is the Guildhall, a fine example of 13th century architecture (apparently).
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  • Day4


    June 21, 2019 in the United Kingdom ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    In Chichester haben wir uns die Innenstadt angeschaut, bei "Ask Italian" etwas gegessen (sehr lecker) und die Chichester Cathedral besichtigt. Hier wird gerade renoviert, so das Teild davon eingerüstet sind. Trotzddm sehr beeindruckend.Read more

You might also know this place by the following names:

Chichester, ቺቸስተር, تشيتشستر, Чичестър, چیچستر, Չիչեստեր, QUG, チチェスター, 치체스터, Cicestria, Čičesteris, Чичестер, ชิชิสเตอร์, Чічестер, چیچیسٹر, 奇切斯特

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