Map of City of London Churches



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There were 111 churches in the City in the 16th century; 80 were destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and 51 subsequently rebuilt under the direction of Sir Christopher Wren.

Today, a total of some 47 survive and together they illustrate an extraordinary breadth of architectural history from the magnificent Norman Choir of St Bartholomew-the-Great, through the unusual transitional design of St Katherine Cree of the 1630s, Wren's classical masterpieces, and Nicholas Hawksmoor's St Mary Woolnoth to the late Georgian Gothic Revival of St Bartholomew-the-Less and St Dunstan-in-the-West.

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