St. Bride's Church (London) Reviews
Description:Fleet Street, London, EC4. St. Bride's Church in London is the eighth church built on this location since the 6th ... more
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by - written on 14/04/01, updated on 14/04/01 (Very useful, 257 readings)
Located just off Fleet Street in the City of London, St. Bride's Church has been a site of Christian worship for over 1,500 years, and was named after St. Bridget of Kildare. It has one of the most distinctive spires among British churches, with a series of tiered layers, which was the inspiration for the first tiered wedding cake, constructed by an enterprising Fleet Street baker over three hundred years ago. HISTORY In the Blitz, during the Second World War, a bomb blast levelled much of the site of St. Bride's Church, and for seventeen years, the church remained a shell. However, during this seventeen year period, extensive excavation work ... Read the complete review
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