Leicester was founded by the Romans as 'Ratae' and continued to be an important town during the medieval period. Recently, it has achieved fame as the last resting place of Richard III but it retains many other medieval buildings including the Cathedral and the magnificent Guildhall.
The Cathedral Interior
Richard IIIs new tomb in the Cathedral
Richard IIIs grave, now beneath the Richard III Centre
Inside the Guildhall
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