London Photo, St Botolph without Bishopsgate

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London photo, St Botolph without Bishopsgate

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This historic church is at least the fourth on the site near Liverpool Street Station. There was an Anglo-Saxon church here, followed by a medieval building. That church survived the Great Fire of 1666, but was destroyed in 1725 to make way for the current building, designed by George Dance the Elder. The name 'Bishopsgate' refers to one of the original gates of the City of London.

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