One of the most remarkable aspects of the City of London is that we can still visit so many churches built by gifted architect Sir Christopher Wren. Apart from his delightful contributions in the city, many of his works still stand around the country. Recognised today mainly for his architectural skills, he was also a cultivated and informed astronomer, mathematician, anatomist, and physicist. Quite the man of science with the flair for designing aesthetically pleasing buildings many of which are still in use today. This walk is being presented by Pat Langford and is being organised by Temple Bar Trust and the City of London guides. To book please follow this link
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