Come for the steak, stay for the Cathedral. This is an impressive Anglican cathedral in Salisbury, England. For architecture fans, this is one of the leading examples of the category called “Early English Architecture. That’s what they told me anyway. Since the sixteenth century, the pictured spire has been the tallest in all of the UK, at 404 feet. I didn’t take the spire tour but if you are willing to pay, they will let you head up into the hollow spire and you can check it out. The church is where one of the four original copies of the magna carta are kept. The endangered peregrine falcon has long made nests up in the heights of the tower.