the church is located on the roadside, it looks very attractive and historical, anyway ir needs some maintenace.
On the way from the railway station to the downtown area, the church, as a necessary passage, is particularly noticeable. Perhaps the whole building looks much taller because of a relatively high terrace on the side of the road. The huge bell tower has become the highest point around, and the overall architectural style of the church is relatively heavy. The stairs go in and the beautifully designed glass catches the eye.
Bristol Landmark Church, free of charge, can take pictures, there are text explanatory cards, in Chinese. Painted glass windows, quiet wooden benches, exquisite carved roof, very beautiful. The lawn in the backyard. Many teenagers are playing. They can look good.
St. Mary's Red Cliff Church is a very worthwhile place to visit Bristol. The church was built in the 12th and 15th centuries. The Gothic architecture is quite magnificent, and the interior is even more solemn. The church is open to visitors free of charge. It is worth mentioning that there are some elderly volunteers in the church who are very enthusiastic and will take the initiative to help you with the visit and hand you the Chinese guidebook. Of course, if your English is better, these old people are also very happy to explain for you.
St. Mary's Red Cliff Church is a famous church in Bristol. It's the most beautiful church in Bristol both in appearance and in interior. When we visited it, we saw a couple of couples taking wedding photos here, which shows the charm of the church. The church is open to visitors free of charge.
St. Mary's Red Cliff Church is a famous historic site in Bristol. Because its magnificence and sacredness can sublimate the soul, I have a special fondness for visiting the church. I was deeply impressed by the Gothic style of the church and its luxurious interior decoration, especially the beauty of stained glass windows.
This church is really super beautiful! It was so beautiful that I saw Bass Monastery and Westminster indifferent.