St Pauls Cathedral


St Paul's Cathedral was constructed with its distinctive dome by Sir Christopher Wren in the year 1710 subsequent to fire in 1669, when the original church was damaged. This popular cathedral is situated on the northern banks of the River Thames. The Cathedral is dedicated to 'Paul The Apostle'.

A distinctive feature of this cathedral is its dome, whispering galleries, as well as the Crypt ambulatory. The number of top-most artists and craftsmen in England were involved in the construction of this structure. The cathedral is home to over 200 memorials inclusive of Sir Winston Churchill, General Sir Isaac Brock, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Sir Edwin Lutyens and many more.

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