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St. Paulís Cathedral is an important landmark in London built in 604 AD and attracts thousands of people each year.

The current Anglican cathedral was designed by Christopher Wren in 1668 and was built between 1675 and 1708 after the Great fire of London destroyed the previous building. St Paulís Cathedral has the second largest dome in the world right after St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. The dome is 108m high (365 feet). The west tower of the cathedral holds a clock and contains 13 bells. St Paulís Cathedral was designed in late Renaissance style and was built of Portland Stone.

A few buildings were miraculously spared in 1666 when the Great fire of London burnt almost the entire city.

St. Paulís Cathedral is open daily and if you climb up all the stairs to the first ring of the dome you will be rewarded with a splendid view of the city.
St. Paulís Cathedral London
Where is St. Paulís Cathedral: Ludgate Hill EC4

How to get to St. Paulís Cathedral: Subway - Central line to St. Paul's station.

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday between 08.30 - 16.00

St. Paulís Cathedral London
St. Paulís Cathedral London

St. Paulís Cathedral and Millenium Bridge London
St. Paulís Cathedral and Millenium Bridge London

St. Paulís Cathedral London
St. Paulís Cathedral London

St. Paulís Cathedral Clock Tower London
St. Paulís Cathedral Clock Tower London

Visit the St. Paulís Cathedral official web site here.




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