Worcester Anglican Cathedral, or the Cathedral of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary of Worcester, is one of the most beautiful churches in England. It is located beside the Severn River. The cathedral was created in the year 680 but nothing remains of the original building. The crypt dates back to the tenth century to the time of St Oswald, Bishop of Worcester. The current cathedral was built between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries next to a Benedictine monastery. The library of the monastery is very important and the works are now kept in Oxford and London at the British Library. The church is famous for its choir which you can hear during Mass or during occasional concerts at night.