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A cathedral is type of church that contains the cathedra (seat) of a bishop. Cathedrals are usually only found in cities.
Articles about cathedrals on Designing Buildings Wiki include:
- Building a Crossing Tower: a design for Rouen Cathedral of 1516
- Cathedral of Brasilia
- Cologne Cathedral
- Durham Cathedral's Open Treasure project
- Florence Cathedral
- Notre Dame
- Sourcing stone to repair Exeter Cathedral
- St. Basil's Cathedral
- St. Paul's Cathedral
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