Spotlight: St Pauls Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral designed by Christopher Wren in 1673 has become an iconic landmark of London throughout the last 400 years.

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St Paul’s Cathedral in the summer

It stands just north of the River Thames split between the City of London and Fleet Street and is situated on Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the City. Visitors can tour the Cathedral floor, crypt and the dome itself.

It is a beautiful building in all weathers and every time I have worked near St Paul’s it just screams to be pictured. I wanted to show a few of my favourite pictures within this post that I have taken over the last year.


Emerging from beneath
The back of St Paul’s
Looking over to Ludgate Hill from the Tate Modern on the South Bank

When in London you have to go and see this beautiful Cathedral, why not walk over the Millennium Bridge from the Tate Modern to get a wonderful view.



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