York is an important city in England because of culture, history, and economic value. York is also known for having very interesting landmarks, including churches that are of cultural importance to the British people. Here are the most famous of the churches you can find in York. Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Saint Peter in York is one of the largest in the whole of Northern Europe. It’s an architectural marvel that entices people from all over the world and has played a major role in the history of York and England for centuries. One of York Minster’s most interesting parts is the chapter house with geometric patterns and fine gothic sculpture. There is also The Kings Screen and organ, as well as stained glasses, the nave, and statues of Kings. Visitors also like to visit the crypt where Osbald, King of Northumbria, as well as several archbishops are buried. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!