St Paul’s Cathedral

Sitting on Ludgate Hill in east London, the Old St Paul’s Cathedral was originally built in 1256, dedicated to Paul the Apostle which date back to the original church on the site founded in 604. In 1675, Sir Christopher Wren refurbished and redesigned the “new” St Paul’s Cathedral using English Baroque style architecture. It is a member of the Church of England and has been used for important occasions, among others: Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II jubilees; funerals of Lord Nelson, Sir Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher; and the wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer.