Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Saint Paul's

Saint Paul's Cathedral (here by MECHALEX) was built in London in the late 17th century. With it's dominant position in the London skyline, it became a symbol for Britain during the WWII, when it remained standing throughout many German bombings. The cathedral is also a site for such events as royal weddings, and is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of London.

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