Wren Tower

Wren Tower

St Dunstan in the East Church in London is situated between St Paul’s Cathedral and The Tower of London. The Church is medieval in origin with a Wren Tower. The Church was bombed out in WW2 and today is a small park which offers a small tranquil quite space within London’s hustle and bustle A small open space where time stands still and the passer-by can reflect in quiet.

Arches

Arches

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doorway

doorway

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Where bombs fell

2 thoughts on “Where bombs fell

  1. the Parks Dept have made it into a garden and planted creepers to grow over the arches but not the best light conditions for photo’s lots of dark and light.I would say a must see if near the Tower of London

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