The Parish Church Cathedral of St Michael in Coventry, England was constructed in the 12th century. In World War II, it was destroyed when the city of Coventry was bombed and burned. Before the destruction, five historic windows were removed and are now the subjest of a BBC slideshow.
The stained glass was created in the 15th century by John Thornton, but the lead has been removed from the windows, leaving them in fragments. Now the public will have some say about how the medieval glass will be used.
View the BBC slideshow of the five windows by clicking on the link below.