Cathedral, Bristol, UK - The Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity (to give it its full name), founded in 1140, sits by College Green at the bottom of Park Street. It was constructed over a period of 700 years and has many unusual architectural features, including some unique vaulting and a rose window above the central doorway.
Statue of Raja Ram Mohun Roy on College Green, Bristol, UK - Roy was born in Bengal in 1774. He worked for the East India Company, but was also a preacher and social reformer, particularly with regard to the rights of women in Hinduism. He came to Bristol in 1830 as an ambassador, but died only three years later. - This 1997 statue, looking down Deanery Road from College Green, is the work of Indian sculptor Niranjan Pradhan and was commissioned by Bristol City Council.