This is near the spot where Constantine was proclaimed Augustus (i.e., co-emperor) in 306 A. His Edict proved a turning point for the spread of the Christian Church.
The Theatre Royal in York dates dates back to 1744; it sits on the site of the medieval St. Parts of the old hospital can still be seen in the archways and walls.
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Mary's Abbey in the garden adjoining the Yorkshire Museum in York.
Bootham Bar has some of the oldest surviving stonework - dating to the 11th century A. It was built almost exactly on the site of the northwestern gate of Eboracum, the Roman settlement that evolved into York.
This view, taken from Exhibition Square, shows York Minster, the city's famous cathedral, in the background.
Completed in 1861, she was the first armor-plated, iron-hulled warship built for the British Royal Navy.
In its day, Warrior was the largest, fastest, most heavily armed and armored warship in the world.