Exploring London

Buildings, Churches and Monuments

I don’t think there’s anywhere else like London for buildings and churches side by side.  I love the way you find churches nestled next to tall state of the art buildings, ancient and modern co-existing together.

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The Gherkin
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Outside St Katherine’s Church where they got married
Outside the Offices for the Relief of the Poor
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St. Paul’s Cathedral
St Helen’s Church, Bishopsgate

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Monument Sir Christopher Wren’s flame-topped Monument to the Great Fire of 1666 is the tallest isolated stone column in the world. Source: Wikipedia
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St. Katherine’s Church, Shoreditch

Lastly some great artwork I saw very similar to the lanes in Melbourne.

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As always I like to finish with a quote found as usual on Pinterest:
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