December 2, 1697 – St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, dedicated on December 2, 1697, has been an icon for the Church of England. Designed by England’s most celebrated architect Christopher Wren (who is buried there), it has been the site of the funerals of both Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher. The cathedral is still in daily use today and is the mother church of the London diocese.

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