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