First built in 694 but destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666, the beautiful building that stands today was completed in 1710 ... More
St. Paul's Cathedral
First built in 694 but destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666, the beautiful building that stands today was completed in 1710 and designed by Christopher Wren. St. Paul's has been host to many great occasions including the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill in 1965 and the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. There are numerous treasures to see and experience in St. Paul's - a visit while touring in London is a must. The Whispering Gallery is worth a special mention as well. Just a whisper against the blank circular wall can famously be heard 42 meters away on the opposite side.
This ornate, Edwardian arch (which usually goes unnoticed) spans the entrance to The Mall from Trafalgar Square . Commissioned by
Edward VII, the Admiralty Arch is actually a set of five arches in Portland stone which mark the royal ...
YHA London St Pauls looks out onto a truly iconic London scene. Opposite St. Paul's Cathedral, the hostel provides a
truly international environment for people to meet and is close to many of London's most famous attractions.Evening meals are ...
The Novotel London City South is a hotel ideal for a weekend or holiday in London. The London Eye, Tate
Modern, Millennium Bridge, Shakespeares Globe Theatre, Vinopolis and St Pauls Cathedral are just minutes away, while a short tube ...
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