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St Mary Woolnoth

I finally managed to complete my collection of Nicholas Hawksmoor’s London churches this week. During a business trip down to the Smoke when I was staying overnight near Blackfriars, as it was a pleasant evening I went out for a stroll and ended up wandering over past St Paul’s and towards Bank Underground station. 197 more words


Christ Church, Spitalfields

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written by Sarah Nurgat

I think it’s fair to say that my pictures do no justice to the grandeur of this church. 432 more words


St. Anne's Church, Limehouse, London

St. Anne’s , Limehouse was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor the assistant of Sir Christopher Wren’s.


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Neoclassical Architecture and the Civil War at Oxford

This vacation back home in Oxfordshire I’ve had the privilege of working at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. In the college’s boundary wall there is an old wooden door rejoicing in the grand name of ‘King Charles Gate’, which links it with its larger neighbour, Christ Church. 1,634 more words


Lions, unicorns and Hawksmoor's last church

The parish church of St George, Bloomsbury, is a glorious example of English Baroque architecture. It was consecrated on the 28th January 1730 and is the last parish church designed by architect Nicholas Hawksmoor. 348 more words


Restaurant two, Hawksmoor Spitalfields

For meal number two I decided to stay a little closer to home, but in doing so treat myself to one of the best dining experiences in London, Hawksmoor – not only home to great food, but somewhere that prides itself on the sustainability and quality of its produce. 328 more words