York Minster is a church in York, England and is one of the biggest of its kind in Northern Europe. The cathedral that we know today took about 250 years to construct and is famous for its artistic and architectural magnum opus. The cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of York, the second - utmost bureau of the Church of England and is the cathedral for the Diocese of York; it is functioned by a dean and chapter under the authority of Dean of York. The Octagonal Chapter house which was built from 1260 to 1286 and the walls behold some of the Minster's premium carvings. Below the Cathedral one gets to see the undercroft, reserves and tomb.