The Churchyard

  St. Paul’s Churchyard has a unique place in London history. Within the vast expanse of the 12th Century churchyard, whilst King Richard was away crusading, the future
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Cathedral Events

1415    Battle of Agincourt, Henry V visits before (to pray) and after (to give thanks). 1501    Catherine of Aragon, (16 years old) marries Arthur, Son of Henry VII.
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Wren’s Churches

Rebuilding The City of London’s Churches In the wake of the Great Fire of London in 1666 ‘The Commission of Rebuilding’ was appointed, Christopher Wren became ‘Principal Architect’. 87 of
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St. Stephen Walbrook

Sir Christopher Wren’s own Parish Church is one of England’s Architectural gems, and is regarded as his finest church in the city. The building is famous for Britain’s
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St. Mary Abchurch

  St. Mary Abchurch was founded in the 12th Century and previously known as St. Mary Upchurch. Although the 16th Century Antiquarian John Stow tells us that it
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St. Peter Upon Cornhill

St. Peter’s is situated at the juncture of Cornhill and Gracechurch Street, on land once occupied by London’s Roman Basilica. Although first solidly recorded in 1127, an historical
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