St Albans Cathedral Hertfordshire c The great medieval abbey church of St Albans developed on the site of the shrine to St Alban who died in and was one of the earliest Christian martyrs The church was bought by the townspeople of St Albans in to serve as their parish church after the abbey was closed by the Dissolution of the Monasteries It gained cathedral status when St Albans was granted its City Charter in The building has the longest nave of any British cathedral
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