The Cathedral of Ely in Cambridgeshire, England.


Coat of Arms of Ely

Ely is a Cathedral city in the Isle of Ely close to Cambridge. An abbey was founded at Ely in 673, destroyed and rebuilt in 970, then later turned into a cathedral. The most celebrated feature of the cathedral is the beautiful central octagon tower. Apart from that, Ely is home to Oliver Cromwell’s House.