Saint Paul’s Cathedral

Miguel Angel Victoria Fotógrafo

The Saint Paul’s Cathedral is the most important church for the London people.
The Westminster Abbey was always the church of the monarchy and the aristocracy while St. Paul was the church of the people.
In this Cathedral events of national importance have been held, such as the funerals of the two greatest military heroes of the country, Duke of Wellington and Admiral Nelson, as well as the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, and also the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

With a height of 110 meters, the Cathedral of St. Paul is the second largest Cathedral in the world, just behind the Basilica of St. Peter in Rome.
This Cathedral is a masterpiece of Christopher Wren.

With a height of 110 meters, the Cathedral of St. Paul is the second largest cathedral in the world, just behind the Basilica of St. Peter in Rome.
This Cathedral is a masterpiece of Christopher Wren.
Architecturally this Cathedral is one of the most admired buildings in the United Kingdom.
There is an access to the main floor with all its monuments, to the crypt where are the tombs of Nelson, Wellington and the father of penicillin (Alexander Fleming) among other great people of the country. You can also go up to the dome (one of the largest in the world) and from its external viewpoint, you can enjoy one of the best views of London, after climbing more than 500 steps.
The entrance also includes an interactive audio guide with very good explanations of the different areas and areas of the cathedral available in 12 different languages, including Spanish.
Religious buildings have occupied the site where the Saint Paul Cathedral is located since time immemorial, ever since it was the place chosen to place a dolmen and later a Greek temple.
The temple was replaced by the oldest church in England, built in 604. A.C.

The cathedral, built of wood, was one of the many buildings affected by the fire of 1666 and had to be rebuilt on different occasions until it became the impressive current building, erected between 1676 and 1710.

The cathedral, built of wood, was one of the many buildings affected by the fire of 1666 and had to be rebuilt on different occasions until it became the impressive current building, erected between 1676 and 1710.
he Cathedral of Saint Paul is a huge temple with a cross-shaped floor plan that presents a striking decoration, especially in the beautiful ceilings decorated with frescoes.
Probably the main attraction of the cathedral is its great dome, composed of three circular galleries.
After a climb of 257 steps, you reach the first of them, the Gallery of the Whispers, located 30 meters high.
It is a place with incredible acoustics in which you can hear even the slightest sound produced at the opposite end of the dome.
After climbing 376 more steps, you reach the Stone Gallery, which offers pleasant views from the outside of the dome, although those of the Golden Gallery surpass these, located 85 meters high.
The insides of the Saint Paul Cathedral are perforated forming a large crypt in which some fragments of the previous temples and different monuments and memorials are preserved, as well as the remains of some great British characters such as Nelson, Wellington or Churchill.

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