York Minster, England
This York Minster, England is a cathedral church as well as act as a metropolitical church of Saint Peter. This church site located in York. It is one of the largest churches which are located at the Northern Europe site. This York Minster is the seat of Archbishop of York. It is the second one highest office seat. This church is the mother church of Diocese of York.
This York Minster, England is too the mother church for rest of the York province. It is run and operated by Dean of York. This church established during the period and span of Anglo Saxon. This church created so that a missionary and a teaching church can create for other churches.
This York Minster, England consists of a chapter house and a nave. It nave comprise of a West Window that constructed in the year of 1338. Moving on the north side of this church, you will see Five Sisters Window. Each of its lancets is almost 53 feet in its height. Then its south transept contains a rose window. On the other hand, the West Window of this church consists of this heart-shaped design which termed as Heart of Yorkshire.