Photographer's Note

I liked the contrast in style and colour of these different buildings:
The square Cathedral Tower, typical of all Cathedrals and a lot of churches in England. Even for the two cathedral towers I know with pointed spires (Salisbury and Norwich), the spire was built on top of a square tower. The stone is a calcaerus stone partly from the south of England, partly from Normandy (11th-15th century)
Thanks to Jafadabret, I now know this style is called "Perpendicular Gothic", effectively typical of England!
Later on, in Tudor times which started in the 15th century, they started using these red bricks so typical of England too.
The house in the middle ground is older and more simple.
The one in the foreground is of a typical Tudor style, with its half-timbered parts.
In WS, I am adding THE Tudor House of the city, which must have belonged to somebody important, if you look at the very ornate style.

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