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St Paul's Cathedral
 St Paul's Cathedral St Paul's Cathedral was build in year 1673. The architect of this historical treasure is Sir Christoper Wren and build after the old church was destroyed by 1666 great fire. Today this Anglican cathedral has become one of the major tourist attraction in the world and the seat of the Bishop of London.
This was the church where Charles and Diana got married and Sir Winston Churchillís funeral was taken place in year 1965. For more information on St Paul's Cathedral please visit their website.

Address: The Chapter House, St Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD
Phone: (0)20 7246 8346 / (020) 7236 4128
Web Site:
Nearest Tube: St Pauls Tube
Nearest Train: City Thameslink Station , Blackfriars Station
Cathedral Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday between 8.30 am to 16.00pm
Entrance Fee: Adults £9.50, Family Ticket £22.50 and for Children (Age Group 7-17) £3.50

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