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About Allum & Sidaway Jewellers in Salisbury
Allum & Sidaway jewellers in Salisbury are located at 20-22 Minster Street in the beautiful city of Salisbury, a cathedral city in the county of Wiltshire in the English West Country. Perhaps best known for Salisbury Cathedral, a gothic-style cathedral constructed between 1220 and 1258, famous for having the tallest spire in the United Kingdom at 404 feet, Salisbury was an important medieval market town, and has long been a major trading centre. The old city centre has a checkerboard layout, and pretty enclosed gardens squeezed between the houses. The views of Salisbury and the surrounding countryside are magnificent from the cathedral, which is also home to one of the four surviving copies of the medieval Magna Carta, issued in 1215 by King John, in an attempt to prevent a civil war with his powerful barons, it laid out peace terms and over the centuries has become a symbol of fairness and human rights across the world. Only 10 miles from Stonehenge, and a few hours drive from London, Salisbury continues to be a popular destination for visitors. Full of historic buildings, art and artefacts it remains an attractive and bustling city, equally as popular for its shopping as its sightseeing opportunities, it is now home to many fine stores, boutiques and restaurants.