St. Stephen Walbrook
St. Stephen Walbrook Church, re-built in 1680 after the great fire of London, is one of Christopher Wren’s most famous churches, a timeless work of art and, as stated by the prominent art historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, one of the 10 most important buildings in England. The church has fantastic architecture with different shapes, twelve Corinthian columns and covered by huge dome - first of its type. There are many burials under the Church and interesting memorials on the walls, reflecting its extensive history. It is also the original home of The Samaritans, the listening service which has saved so many lives.
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