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St Mary Somerset church

Building  From 1150  To 1871

Categories: Religion

First recorded in the 12th century. Destroyed in the Great Fire it was rebuilt by Wren. The body was demolished in 1871 and only the tower remains.

2018: A 'screaming' keystone on this building was brought to our attention by City of London guide, Ian McDowell, posting at Londonist.

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St Mary Somerset church

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50852

St Mary Somerset - Ewan Christian

The dates given on the plaque are about the time that the church ceased funct...

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50849

St Mary Somerset - tower

What was in the air in the fifties that made plaque carvers so inventive with...

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50851

St Mary Somerset - Weavers

Wikipedia explains: "According to John Stow, in 1370, the Brabant weaver comm...

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50850

St Mary Somerset - Wren

The church and tower were redesigned and rebuilt under the direction of Sir C...

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