The Butter Cross

Tudor Winchester

Looking up at the Buttercross

It is also known as the High or City Cross. Hampshire born musician Frank Turner sings about it in Wessex Boy. If you are lucky enough to find yourself in Winchester, England, you will undoubtedly stumble upon this gem.

The octagonal shaped steps of the early 14th century structure were once used by countrymen to sell produce from.

To find out more about Winchester England check out my travel video about it. And Please share it to cast your vote for me: foVote for me


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