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Old St Paul's Cathedral

Building  To 1666

Categories: Architecture, Religion

From Engineering Timelines : "The present St Paul's Cathedral, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, is the fourth cathedral on this site. The first two Anglo-Saxon buildings were timber, and the third a Medieval stone structure with a timber roof. All three were destroyed in turn by fire — the third one was destroyed in the Great Fire of London."

Spitalfields Life has a good post: Relics Of Old St Paul’s At New St Paul’s.

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The building engulfed in flames is Old St Paul's Cathedral. 

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Paternoster Square column

It's certainly a vent shaft for the car park beneath, but this column, or rat...

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Plaque to a lost plaque commemorating the Great Fire

This plaque appears to be that oddest of things, a plaque commemorating a los...

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This phoenix represents the rebirth of the old Cathedral, lost in the Great F...

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Two St Paul's

For our detail picture we show the Chapter House and Cloister which are actua...

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