The Hospital of St Cross in Winchester, Hampshire, UK. Founded by Henry de Blois in 1132. Britain's oldest charitable institution which includes the famous Almshouses for the poor of the community
The Hospital (hospitality) of St Cross in Winchester, UK, was founded in 1136 and was a home for 13 poor men. The Church was not finished until the 13th century and therefore spans the Norman and early English styles of architecture. Its architecture is stunning.
The flooded crypt at Winchester Cathedral, England.This low-vaulted stone crypt, which floods in rainy months, dates from the 11th century, the earliest phase of building the Cathedral, shown here with Antony Gormley’s life-size sculpture of a solitary man, Sound II, seen from a distance, between the massive vaults and their reflections. Photo by John Crook
Nord LB Building, Hannover, Germany
Chatsworth House, Greater Manchester, England ....it was mindblowing that I got too see inside ...
The nave facing east, the late Norman church of the Hospital of St Cross and Almshouse of Noble Poverty, Winchester, England | Flickr - Phot...
Not in my bucket list, but I would really like to go there ->Tintern Abbey, England
St Cross Winchester
The famous Wykeham Arms
The church of the Hospital of St Cross and Almshouse of Noble Poverty, Winchester, Hampshire, England "The Hospital of St Cross and Almshouse of Noble Poverty is a medieval almshouse in Winchester, Hampshire, England, founded between 1133 and 1136. It is the oldest charitable institution in the United Kingdom.... Not only is it the oldest but is also the largest medieval almshouse in Britain...." --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hospital_of_St_Cross