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Interior view of St Paul's Cathedral, City of London, c1720
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The Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London. Flamsteed House, the Royal Greenwich Observatory, was built by Christopher Wren (1632-1723) on the orders of Charles...
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'Interior of St. Paul's, looking East', 1835, (1845). Artist: John Jackson
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St Stephen's, Walbrook, c1850. The small church in the Church of England's City of London Diocese was built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672-1680
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Whitehall Chapel aka Chapel Royal, Whitehall Palace, Westminster, London, England. After the destruction of most of the Whitehall Palace by fire in 1698
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Marlborough House, London. View from the garden of the 18th-century mansion. Illustration from The Life & Times of Queen Victoria, by Robert Wilson, Vol III
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'St. Paul's Cathedral', 1891. Artist: William Luker
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Onlookers gather at the Monument, City of London, captured by two suffragettes on 18th April 1913. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren
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The old observing-room, Greenwich, late 17th century (1893). The Royal Observatory at Greenwich was founded in 1675 by King Charles II
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Jul. 07, 1960 - Flamstead House To Be Opened By The Queen.. To Form Part of National Maritime Museum. H.M. The Queen is to perform the ceremony of opening...
View of Sir Christopher Wren's house, off Botolph Lane, London, 1886
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Interior view looking east, St James's Church, Piccadilly, London, 1806
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Demolition of Temple Bar, London, 1878. Artist: Unknown
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Temple Bar, London, 1877. Artist: Unknown
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Temple Bar, Theobalds Park, near Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, 1926-1927. Originally one of the gates into the City of London
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St James's Square, London, 18th century (1907). Sir Christopher Wren's St James's Church can be seen in the background. The pool of water in the centre of the...
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Palestine disturbances 1936. Funeral on Mt. Zion of Sergeant Christopher Wren of the Palestine Police, who was shot in the Old City. Coffin lowered

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