Located on Ludgate Hill, St Paul’s Cathedral, with the second-largest dome in the world, is one of the most iconic parts of the London skyline. Besides the grandeur this edifice exudes, its uniqueness lies in its historical past.
After being destroyed four times throughout history, the current cathedral – designed by Christopher Wren – has lived through three centuries. Having played host to royal weddings, state funerals, famous burials and more, St Paul’s Cathedral has cemented its place in London’s history.
Today, people from all over the world flock to St Paul’s Cathedral to discover its impressive interior, the crypt with nation’s heroes buried in, and a dome that can be scaled – all 528 steps up, and catch marvelous views of Landon’s expansive skyline.