Wakefield Cathedral is located in the town of Wakefield, the province of York, England, and was built around 1300 to 1905 with a Gothic style has its own characteristics and uniqueness. This cathedral has the tallest tower in Yorkshire, and also become the tallest building in the town of Wakefield.
Just like other historic buildings that exist in the UK, Wakefield Cathedral is also a historic building is the main attraction for every tourist who comes to this city. Most tourists who come would be amazed at the highest cathedral tower in the city. In 2005, Queen Elizabeth II has visited Wakefield Cathedral to the Maundy money Ceremony held at the cathedral. When you visit the UK, then you should take the time to come and see the uniqueness and grandeur of the cathedral.