This Wren church is the Welsh church of the City of London, and services are sometimes held in that language. It also the burial place of Inigo Jones, the great 16th century architect.
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5 Trafalgar Square
"The courtyard at the back has seating and an out door cafe in good weather. Nice place to sit and watch the world go by slightly away from the bustle of Trafalgar Sq"
St Bartholomew the Great
6 Kinghorn St (at Cloth Fair)
"The church has a lovely cafe were you can have tea or even a glass of wine"
St Bride's Church
Fleet St. (Bride Ln.)
"In the 18th century, a local pastry cook called William Rich was allegedly inspired by Wren’s tiered steeple to make a wedding cake in the same form. His multi-storeyed wedding cake was a triumph."
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