City of London Churches

Saint Peter upon Cornhill stands on what is claimed to be the oldest Christian site in the country and dates back to 187 AD.

The church was destroyed in The Great Fire and was rebuilt by Wren and completed in 1677.

Saint Peter's survived The Second World War.

More information can be found on Wikipedia and from the Friends of City Churches' website.

With thanks to The City of London Corporation and Google for maps and Wikipedia for general information.
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