As with most of the churches in the area, this church was rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1666, but the site has had a religious history since 1100 A.D. During the reconstruction, the financier Sir Christopher Wren intended for the church to be an open space, full of light. Since its consecration, the church has been alternatively named "Wren's Lantern." For those looking to sight see, the church is quite close to The Mansion House and The Guildhall as well as The Millennium Bridge.
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