In Midlands, in Peterborough, is where you'll find an interesting cathedral with clear Anglo-Saxon origins (Romanesque) but with Norman-style evolution medieval (Gothic). It's called Peterborough Cathedral. It's slightly different from the evolution of styles from British and other important artefacts. Inside there's a casket used to transport some relics of Saint Thomas Becket was murdered in Canterbury. The cathedral is located in the heart of the city and next to the historic event.