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St Paul's Cathedral / St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul’s Cathedral, located at the highest point in London, is a grandiose Anglican cathedral and the bishop’s residence, open to the public. Built in the style of an English Baroque in the late 17th century, the building is a magnificent sight, striking with its appearance and décor.

Visiting St Paul's Cathedral in London, this symbol of the United Kingdom and the embodiment of the power of the empire, is definitely a must-do. Here lie more than 200 prominent figures of British history, including the famous Admiral Nelson and the architect Christopher Wren, who created the design of the temple.

The galleries of the cathedral will leave a lasting impression, especially the Whispering Gallery, known for their acoustic features. Words even said in a whisper are audible on the opposite side of the grand dome, decorated with magnificent paintings. Interesting are as well Masonry and Golden Gallery, located on the outside. Ascending there will require considerable physical effort, as it requires overcoming 500 steps, but the reward will be stunning views of London.

Price of the tickets to St Paul's Cathedral is 15 pounds, which is quite expensive. You can save a little by booking a ticket in advance on the website of the Cathedral http://www.stpauls.co.uk/Visits-Events. Here indicated opening hours and other useful information. All visitors are given free audio guides, telling in detailed and fascinating manner of the history of this masterpiece of English architecture.
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