19 360-degree views of Sir Christopher Wren’s beautiful London churches

It’s starting to cool down at Blimey! towers in America, so what better time to put your feet up, grab some tea, put on the fire and view a whole list of beautiful Sir Christopher Wren-designed churches in London. These unique views are presented in a wonderful 360 format so you really get a sense of being there. Thanks to Nikhilesh Haval for producing such a stunning piece of work.

Wren is one of the most highly respected architects in history, rebuilding over 50 churches circa 1666 after the Great Fire of London ravaged the city. His finest achievement, St Paul’s Cathedral, was completed in 1710.

The complete list is available on the Wren Churches homepage, or you can dive in right now and see them in full view:

  1. St. Andrews-by-the-Wardrobe
  2. St. Andrew Holborn
  3. St. Brides Church
  4. St. Martin-within-Ludgate
  5. St. James Garlickhythe
  6. St. Michael Paternoster Royal
  7. St. Mary Aldermary
  8. St. Mary-le-Bow
  9. St. Vedast alias Foster
  10. St. Mary Abchurch
  11. St. Stephen Walbrook
  12. St. Margaret Lothbury
  13. St. James Church Piccadilly
  14. St. Anne’s Church Soho
  15. St. Clement Danes
  16. St. Lawrence Jewry next Guildhall
  17. St. Margaret Pattens
  18. St. Mary-at-Hill
  19. St. Magnus the Martyr

 

Blimey! is your daily dose of British news and features for anglophiles everywhere! This article was carefully written by Tim Holt, a British blogger, photographer and actor based back in the UK after many years of living in America. Forever torn between two magnificent slices of sod.

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