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In respect of the church buildings in the Eastern Orthodox Church , the English word "cathedral" commonly translates katholikon ( sobor in Slavic languages), meaning of "assembly"; but this title is also applied to monastic and other major churches without episcopal responsibilities. When the church at which an archbishop or " metropolitan " presides is specifically intended, the term kathedrikos naos (literally: "cathedral church") is used.
On the 11th February 2017 we are celebrating the Exeter Cathedral’s Big Lego Build’s (BLB) 1st Birthday. A year on, the project has raised over £31,000 to help the Cathedral protect its buildings and seen 1000’s of people visiting the Cathedral to donate to the project and add their bricks to the model.
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Founded in 597, the cathedral was completely rebuilt from 1070 to 1077. The east end was greatly enlarged at the beginning of the twelfth century, and largely rebuilt in the Gothic style following a fire in 1174, with significant eastward extensions to accommodate the flow of pilgrims visiting the shrine of Thomas Becket , the archbishop who was murdered in the cathedral in 1170. The Norman nave and transepts survived until the late fourteenth century, when they were demolished to make way for the present structures.