Leeds Cathedral, commonly known as Saint Anne's Cathedral, is a small Roman Catholic Cathedral and seat of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Leeds.
The layout of the cathedral incorporated no wings, in order to accommodate it on the tiny site. Building work began in the autumn of 1901 and the cathedral opened in 1904.
Leeds Cathedral (Photo by Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
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