St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, England (30/43)

Constructed in the seventeenth century, St. Paul’s Cathedral is among London’s most well-known and most identifiable sights. This Cathedral was heroically rescued by the firefighters while it was bombed during the 2nd World War.

Its remarkable dome, influenced by St Peter’s Basilica in Rome, rises 120 meters (365 feet) to the cross at its peak. It had been the highest building in the city from 1710 to 1964, and its dome is also one of the highest on the planet.

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Written by Richard Ascough

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