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St. Paul's Cathedral

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Currently Closed Open on Mon-Sat,12:00am-4:30pm
Recommended sightseeing time: 1-2 hours
Address: St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD, UK
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Phone: +44-207-2468357

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St. Paul's Cathedral (St. Paul's Cathedral) is the world's famous religious holy place, the fifth cathedral, the second largest church in England (the first is Liverpool Cathedral), and the second largest dome church in the world. St. Paul's Cathedral was completed by the famous British designer Sir Christopher Rehn (Sir Christopher Wren) at the end of the 17th century, and it took 35 years to complete the design. The design and architecture of this gorgeous Baroque church is done by one person only, rare in the world famous churches of China, and there is a tombstone of Rennes in the church with a book "If you seek his monument, just look around" (if you are looking for his monument, just look around). St. Paul's Cathedral is the religious center of London. Princess Diana and Prince Charles celebrated their wedding here in 1981. Inside the church are tombs and monuments of princes, generals, and famous people, such as the tombs of two 11th-century Saxons, general wellington, and architects of lane.

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St. Paul's Cathedral is a characteristic example of Baroque architecture and is known for its spectacular rounded dome. Looking up from the center of the building from the bottom up, the colorful painted ceiling is outstanding, especially the brilliant and gorgeous artwork above the inner choir seats and altar. There is also a whispering gallery in the church, where visitors can hear the whispers of people several meters away.
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