6. LONDON St Paul's Cathedral
Cameo Snaphots of the City of London
A glance up as you walk by the great structure!
The imposing dome of St Paul's Cathedral. The church is considered as the architect, Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece. It was built between 1675 and 1710 on the site of a medieval church destroyed in the Great London Fire of 1666.
The grand front entrance to of St Paul's Cathedral showing the two tier portico structure (180ft/60m high), but rising above is the 350ft/111m high dome which dominates the surrounding skyline e.g. see the first picture on this page.
View of the dome of St Paul's Cathedral (on left) looking east down the River Thames from Waterloo Bridge
The cafe in the Crypt and the interior of St Paul's Cathedral. The Cafe in the Crypt of St Paul's Cathedral is handy place for some refreshment and a quiet retreat from the busy streets of London
London England docspics images pictures © Phil Brown
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