Early English architecture

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the first of the pointed or Gothic styles used in England, succeeding the Norman style in the 12th and 13th centuries.

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SH: The Cathedral, of course, is very particular in its architecture, as pure an example of Early English architecture as you can expect to find anywhere.
Turn right past the shops and right again passing through the gate of the red sandstone church of St John the Baptist, one of the finest examples of Norman and early English architecture in the Midlands.
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