Map of City of London Churches

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There were some 110 parish churches, as well as Livery Company, civic and private chapels, in the City in 1666; 80 were destroyed in the Great Fire that September, of which 51 were subsequently rebuilt under the direction of Sir Christopher Wren and his office. Some 48 survive today within or near the boundaries of the modern City of London. Together they illustrate an extraordinary breadth of architectural history from the magnificent Norman Choir of St Bartholomew the Great and humble St Ethelburga, through the unusual transitional design of St Katharine Cree of the 1630s, to Wren's classical masterpieces, Nicholas Hawksmoor's St Mary Woolnoth and the late Georgian Gothic Revival of St Bartholomew the Less and St Dunstan-in-the-West.

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