Wednesday 22 May | 10.30 – 1.00 | St Mary-le-Bow, St Mary Aldermary, St Stephen’s Walbrook and St Mary Woolnoth
The calamitous Great Fire of London, which destroyed much of the old medieval city, heralded a unique opportunity to rebuild London as a grand European capital. Architects Sir Christopher Wren and Nicholas Hawksmoor were the key players in this new kind of urban planning. Through the revolutionary English Baroque style of their City churches we will learn about one of the most fascinating architectural visions in European history.
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NB: The cost of this event includes taxis, arrival drinks, site contributions to all of the churches and admin fees.
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A £15 deposit will be taken if you cancel within a week of the event, £30 within 24 hours.