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ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL

St. Paul's Churchyard,
London EC4M 8AD

Hours
Mon – Sat:                  8.30am – 4.30pm

 A breathtaking structure designed by Sir Christopher Wren, completed in 1710 and a London skyline staple. While the cathedral’s interior, gilded dome and famous Whispering Gallery are not to miss, the Library, located above the nave behind the southwest tower is also a true gem. Housing documents dating from the fourteenth century onwards, the Library was used as Wren’s personal library chamber during the Cathedral’s construction and contains an important historical collection of theological, church history, and books by early Christian theologians.


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