St Mary Redcliffe was built in the 12th and 15th centuries, and the records of specific years are very vague. The church's fame is more due to its distinctive Gothic style, which is also one of the famous Gothic buildings in Britain. Queen Elizabeth I of the former Tudor Dynasty described the church as "the fairest, goodliest, and most famous parish church in England".
Bristol is a relatively cattle city in the south of England. It's more developed than Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Since Bristol's travels to famous graffiti cities have been written before, this time it started from Swansea and passed Bristol, so it's a good place to visit again, Haha.
The whole city feels small and delicate with connotation. The campus of Bristol University is very beautiful. The ancient buildings in the university are very distinctive. The most attractive part of the city is the suspension bridge, whose history of several hundred years is still magnificent and well-known. The city is worth visiting.