Via Sacra

This famous pedestrian route roughly follows the line of the Roman walls enclosing the old town. Beyond Westgate Street, it follows Berkeley Street, then skirts the remains of the Blackfriars Dominican priory, St Mary De Crypt Church, partly Norman in style, and the ruins of Greyfriars, a Franciscan monastery, before continuing to the cathedral via College Court.

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Via Sacra, GL12 Gloucester

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