London is a city filled with history. Everywhere you go, you'll see remnants of times gone by, remarkably well-preserved as a monument to how much the city has changed over hundreds of years. One of these sites is the iconic St. Paul's Cathedral. Originally built around 700 years ago, the old cathedral was destroyed in the Great Fire of London, and was reconstructed in the 1600s by Sir Christopher Wren into the glorious cathedral that it is now. Explore ancient crypts or marvel at unique architectural feats like the Whispering Gallery. It's one of the best places to discover this great city's secret charms.
St. Paul'S Cathedral, St. Paul'S Churchyard, London Ec4M 8AD, United Kingdom.