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St. Paul Cathedral in London

London Monuments and Historic Buildings: St. Paul Cathedral

Rating: 4.9 5
Rank: 17 About 327
Number of ratings: 25

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Category: Monument and Historic Building
Address: St. Paul’s Cathedral
Website: Visit the website
Telephone: 0207 246 8348

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St. Paul Cathedral

How to deny a visit to the second largest church in Britain, built in the seventeenth century in pure Baroque style. Besides the spectacular views of London, you can take a moment for inner reflections and contemplation.

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St. Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul's Cathedral is an iconic part of the London skyline and is also a symbol of the hope, strength and resilience of the city. Above all, this historic building is a lasting monument to the glory of God dedicated to St Paul, since 604 AD. Throughout the years, the cathedral has remained a busy, working church where millions of people come to find peace. This is an Anglican cathedral situated on Ludgate Hill, the highest peak in London.


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