The arches of the Galilee Chapel at Durham Cathedral.
 
 

Winchester Cathedral

The transept of Winchester Cathedral, England, 1079 onwards. Although extensively remodelled, Winchester was originally one of the greatest Norman Cathedrals, and one of the first to synthesise Norman architectural traditions with those of England, Germany and Italy, marking the beginning of the great age of Norman Cathedrals in England, which can be said to culminate with Durham. Upon its original construction, Winchester was one of the largest structures in Christendom. As with Durham, its dimensions are those of the St Peter's in Rome.

The transept of Winchester Cathedral, England, 1079 onwards.

Although extensively remodelled, Winchester was originally one of the greatest Norman Cathedrals, and one of the first to synthesise Norman architectural traditions with those of England, Germany and Italy, marking the beginning of the great age of Norman Cathedrals in England, which can be said to culminate with Durham. Upon its original construction, Winchester was one of the largest structures in Christendom. As with Durham, its dimensions are those of the St Peter's in Rome.