York Minster window restoration success

Conservators working on the restoration of the Great East Window at York Minster have completed the conservation of half of the panels in the stunning medieval window, which depicts the story of the Apocalypse.

The Great East Window Credit: Calendar

York Minster's Great East Window contains the largest expanse of medieval stained glass in Britain. Started in 1405 and completed in 1408, the main part of the window depicts the Apocalypse, and is recognised around the world as being some of the finest medieval stained glass still in existence.

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