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|County||Easy Riding of Yorkshire||Categories|
|Remains||Excellent remains||Access||Only open at certain times|
|Location||53.8387,-0.4256||Directions||Directions via Google Maps|
|Easy Riding of Yorkshire|
|Only open at certain times|
|Directions via Google Maps|
Dimensions of main church
|Length of nave||171||0|
|Height of nave||65||0|
|Width of nave||63||0|
|Length of transept||167||0|
|Height of towers||163||0|
Archbishop Aelfric canonised John of York, responsible for founding the monastery at Beverley, as St. John of Beverley.
Building work on the current church began in this year. The building was designed using the Gothic style. The construction work continued until 1425.
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