Cheapside

This commercial street used to be called West Cheap, derived from the Anglo-Saxon word ceap meaning «to trade». It plays host to London's main market. In the Middle Ages it also played host to many tournaments. Cheapside has three churches St-Mary-le-Bow was reconstructed after the Great Fire.

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Cheapside

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St Vedast
St Vedast
Dedicated in the 13C to Saint Vaast, a
15 minutes
St Mary-le-Bow
St Mary-le-Bow
The tower rising over Cheapside houses
30 minutes
Bow Lane
Bow Lane
According to Stow's Survey of London,
15 minutes
St Anne and St Agnes
St Anne and St Agnes
Mentioned first in 1200, this church,
15 minutes
St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral
The dome of St Paul's is one of London's
60 minutes
St Lawrence Jewry
St Lawrence Jewry
This Church is named after the Jewish
15 minutes
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St Vedast
St Vedast
Dedicated in the 13C to Saint Vaast, a
15 minutes
St Mary-le-Bow
St Mary-le-Bow
The tower rising over Cheapside houses
30 minutes
Bow Lane
Bow Lane
According to Stow's Survey of London,
15 minutes
See all