Salisbury Cathedral

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The Cathedral of Salisbury, originally built in Old Sarum, was relocated to New Sarum (or Salisbury) in 1220. It has the tallest spire in the UK (123 m or 404 ft), the oldest working clock in the world (though similar claims are made for other clocks elsewhere) and one of the four remaining original copies of Magna Carta (legal document, one of the most important symbols of justice and human rights).

Salisbury, UK

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