What book follows fall of giants?

Winter of the World

What cathedral was used in Pillars of the Earth?

Kingsbridge Cathedral

What is the oldest cathedral in England?

11th century
BuildingLocationEarliest extant structure date
St Albans CathedralSt Albans, Hertfordshire, England1089
St Nicholas ChurchIford, East Sussex, Englandc. 1090
Durham CathedralDurham, England1093 started
Winchester CathedralWinchester, Hampshire, England1079 started 1093 consecrated

What is England's smallest city?

St Davids

Is Liverpool the only city with 2 cathedrals?

No, not even the only city in England. Newcastle, Norwich and Portsmouth also have both an Anglican (C. of E.) and a Roman Catholic Cathedral.

Which city has the largest cathedral in UK?

Liverpool Cathedral

Which iconic Britons are from a city with two cathedrals?

Liverpool is blessed with two cathedrals – one Catholic, one Anglican – and as well as contrasting in styles, they are both unique in other ways.

What is the most westerly city in UK?

1) Edinburgh - despite it being on the east coast of Scotland, it is more westerly than Bristol, in the south-west of England. 2) It's 70 miles away. 3) About 2 million, according to the RSPCA.

What is the oldest recorded town in the UK?

Amesbury

What is the most southerly city in the UK?

Truro

Which is the wettest city in the UK?

Cardiff