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Top Churches To Visit In London

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St Dunstan's Church

The Anglo-catholic church tower located on the right side of Hamlets borough and located at the corner between stepney high street and stepney way. The Kentish rag stones are looking amazing in the external area of the church. All the saints have been the part of agricultural landscape since the 10th century. The simplicity of decoration in the entrance and with double corridors made with beautiful stones gives the sign of peace to everyone. To see the beauty and to enjoy the sights of church, you must have to see the church from all its corners. The lights, the trees will make the day memorable for the visitors in church.

St Leonard's Church

It is known as shoreditch church. This building was opened in the mid of 1990. When people felt that it was unsafe, they decided to close it for two years before the need to open it again rose. They wanted to make it more memorable for people to come here and see the beauty of this church. As it is located very near to the theater, which makes it even more beautiful. George dance the elder was an architect who made this beautiful building in the time of 4 years from 1736-1740. It is located a few steps away from the market.

Holy Trinity Church

A stained glass window welcomes the guests of Holy Trinity church. It was constructed in Sloane Street and designed by John Dando Seeding. The Presbyterian wall was the frame of this masterpiece of the church by Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris. The amazing art work inside the church shows the beauty of it. If you like the religious music, this Holy Trinity church is admired for the religious music. A choir music whose members mostly come from BBS Symphony Chorus.

St Mary-le-Bow church

St Mary-le-Bow church is a historical church which was rebuilt after the great fire of 1666 by Sir Christopher Wren in the city of London. According to the tradition, it is important to born the cockney with the sound of the bell. This St Mary-le-Bow church was considered the second most important church of London. The current structure of the church was built in 1671 and 1673 on the design of Wren. This 68 meter long building was completed in 1680.

Westminster Cathedral

The building is in front of Victoria tube station is called Ashley palace. If you have never gone before, you will be shocked at what you will find here. There was a Neo- romantic building here. The 87 meter tall red and white dome made it look like a great and beautiful building from Istanbul. This is an association of an English church. It was designed in 1890 by Francis john Bentley and constructed in 1910. This Westminster Cathedral is relatively a new construction in the area. You become surprised when you enter the building’s interior.

How to travel to the churches
To visit all these churches you can book chauffeur service that will give a comfortable ride to the churches. They are easy to be booked online and have various choices for car selection and timings. If you are a group of friends you can go with range rover chauffeur hire because the car is spacious and give amazing travelling experience.

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