St Mary Woolnoth of the Nativity
Lombard Street, London EC2R 7HH Route Planner
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Description

Destroyed in the Great Fire of London, this church was rebuilt by Hawksmoor, Wren's pupil between 1716 and 1727. Hawksmoor, of a lesser classical style than his master, produced less naturalisatic works. The stone towr has a rustic boss attached to Corinthian columns. Inside you will notice the retable and the pulpit.

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daily except weekends and Bank Hols 9.30am-4.30pm

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