One of the many churches in the City that you could spend a lifetime visiting.
I’m very fond of Christ Church Spitalfields, St Mary le Bow, St Anne and St Agnes in Gresham Street (now the German Lutheran church) and St Vedast alias Foster, but this was a new one to me.
Again, built, of rather rebuilt, by Wren after the Great Fire, and still being added to. Writing that so casually, rebuilt 350 years ago, makes me stop and think again how amazing London is, and how lucky we are to live here. Always something new to see and takes to uncover.
All photos September 2016 during Open House London.