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Winchester Cathedral in Hampshire, England went through several phases of building and rebuilding. The original structure, called "Old Minster,' was founded in 642. Constr…uction on the existing cathedral first began in 1079, and the church was consecrated in 1093, with fourteen years between construction's inception and completion.
St Paul's Cathedral in London took 35 years to build.
it took about 20-30 years
Aprox 600 years with interuptions
It took 57 years to build Chartres cathedral.
80 years or more.
It took so long to build the cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris because there was not enough people in the construction of it
Salisbury Cathedral was built in just 38 years.
It took 365 yers to build the Ameins Cathedral in France.
It took about eight years to build Westminster Cathedral. Construction on Westminster Cathedral was begun in 1895 and finished in 1903. The cathedral was consecrated in 1910. …There is a link below.
The final brick for the dome was laid in 1436, and construction began in 1296, so just over 143 years.
Ely Cathedral was built from 1083 to 1375, so construction spread over 292 years. This is actually fairly typical for a medieval cathedral, and not an excessive amount of time… to build from conception to finish.
htf would i no. im not that old
377 years. The building of the cathedral started around 1170 and was finished in 1547.
In Middle Ages
The great medieval cathedrals were huge construction projects, often taking decades, an in extreme cases several generations. For example, Notre Dame de Paris was begun in 1…163 and was built and expanded in sections until 1345.