St James's Church
Wren built this massive brick and Portland stone building in 1676. The north and south walls have two rows of stained-glass windows, the lower parts of which are divided into segments, while the upper parts are crowned with a rounded arch. The façade is adorned with a Venetian-style window. Inside the church, the organ chest topped by figures is original, as is the frame of the altarpiece sculpted by Grinling Gibbons and the white marble baptismal font.
Address:197 Piccadilly, W1J 9LL London