Hoover Institution > Hoover Institution Digital Collections > London: heart of the British Commonwealth. St. Paul's Cathedral. This Cathedral, one of the most famous in the English-speaking world, is the third church dedicated to St. Paul which has stood on the same site. The first was destroyed by fire in the year 1086. The church which was then built was destroyed in the Fire of London in 1666. The foundation stone of the present Cathedral was laid in 1675. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, it was completed in the form of a Latin cross

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London: heart of the British Commonwealth. St. Paul's Cathedral. This Cathedral, one of the most famous in the English-speaking world, is the third church dedicated to St. Paul which has stood on the same site. The first was destroyed by fire in the year 1086. The church which was then built was destroyed in the Fire of London in 1666. The foundation stone of the present Cathedral was laid in 1675. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, it was completed in the form of a Latin cross
Date Created and/or Issued
1939/1945?
Contributing Institution
Hoover Institution
Collection
Hoover Institution Digital Collections
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Type
image
Identifier
XX343.20508
Relation
Poster collection

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