St. John The Baptist Cathedral - United Kingdom

United Kingdom

  • St John the Baptist Cathedral, Norwich (Roman Catholic)
  • The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Baptist, Chester (Anglican) (became a Collegiate Church in 1190 then a parish church in 1547)

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