Exploring London

Buildings, Churches and Monuments

I don’t think there’s anywhere else like London for buildings and churches side by side.  I love the way you find churches nestled next to tall state of the art buildings, ancient and modern co-existing together.


The Gherkin
Outside St Katherine’s Church where they got married
Outside the Offices for the Relief of the Poor
St. Paul’s Cathedral
St Helen’s Church, Bishopsgate


Monument Sir Christopher Wren’s flame-topped Monument to the Great Fire of 1666 is the tallest isolated stone column in the world. Source: Wikipedia
St. Katherine’s Church, Shoreditch

Lastly some great artwork I saw very similar to the lanes in Melbourne.


As always I like to finish with a quote found as usual on Pinterest:


  1. I am not sure if this is the post you mentioned on my blog Ali, but I thoroughly enjoyed the read regardless! I Iove how London adapts to change over the years and you enjoy seeing how different it is now. I am loving London so far.

    Also, great zoom on that camera over the river! Very impressive.

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