The best part is the ceiling.
This is the entrance to St. Mary's Guildhall. I used to work here soon after I moved to England. I was always in awe of my surroundings but I don't ever recall appreciating the detail here as much as I do now. Across the street is Coventry Cathedral.
The central portion of the sculpture, known as the Coronation of the Virgin, is easily missed in this passage between Bayley Lane and the courtyard entrance to St. Mary's Guildhall. (And, it is hard to photograph too. Must bring a tripod.)
Construction of the Guildhall started around 1342. From what I can gather, the sculptures possibly date back to the late 1300s.
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