Malmesbury Abbey

Gloucester Street
Malmesbury ENG United Kingdom

Construction Dates
Building Uses
 - religious
Structural Types
 - church
Architectural Style
 - gothic
 - stone

- The abbey originally had a 131 meter tall spire, which became at its completion in 1180 the tallest church spire in Europe.

- The spire was destroyed during a storm around 1500, while a western tower collapsed in 1550. Neither were rebuilt, and the damage to the church leaves less than have of it remaining, today.

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