St. Paul's Cathedral

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One of the quintessential images associated with London is the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral. A cathedral has stood on this site (Ludgate Hill - the highest point in the City of London) for more than 1,400 years. The present cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren - to replace the previous cathedral which burnt down in the Great Fire of London. Work commenced in 1675, and the cathedral was completed in 1710. An Anglican cathedral - this is the main place of work for the Bishop of London. There are guided tours available, at no extra charge above admission - Monday to Saturday - 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm. Private group tours are also available. There is an entry charge for tourists - but worshippers can enter for free. Sightseeing is not permitted on Sundays. Photo credits: Alex Tai, unsplash.com Robert Bye, unsplash.com Nick Fewings, unsplash.com
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  • St. Paul's Churchyard, London, UK
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    Standard 17.00 GBP
    Students 15.00 GBP
    Kids 7.20 GBP Under 18
    Seniors 15.00 GBP
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