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St. Paul's Cathedral, London: 288 reviews and 565 photos
St. Paul's is the Cathedral of the Diocese of London. The original site is believed to have been founded by King Ethelred of Kent and was endowed with Tillingham Manor in Essex for Mellitus, Bishop of the East Saxons. It burned down in 675 and was rebuilt only to be destroyed and rebuilt again following a Viking ransacking in 962.
The interior of the cathedral is beautiful. A seperate admission fee is charged to climb to the top of the dome but the climb and the views are well worth your efforts.
Address: St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4
Directions: St. Paul's, Mansion House
Phone: 020 7236 4128
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