St Anne and St Agnes

Mentioned first in 1200, this church, which is now a Lutheran church, was first reconstructed by Wren, to a square design, between 1676-1687 and then a second time after the Second World War. The red brick exterior is pierced by arched windows. It has a small square stone tower with a stucco covering is surmounted on another small tower covered by a dome with an A-shaped weather vane.

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Address:

Gresham Street, EC2V 7BX London

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