The oldest site of continuous Christian worship in Britain, St. Albans is using light projections to show how its medieval decorations would have looked.
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Located north of London, St. Albans Cathedral is known for being the oldest site of continuous Christian worship in all Britain. The walls of the 11th-century cathedral were once covered with paintings. From the 16th century on, many of these images were covered up, as Reformed church authorities considered them idolatrous. Starting in 2019, St. Albans started using light projections to show how these images would have looked in the Middle Ages. Four of them, at least.