St. Paul's Cathedral, which was completed in 1708, was built on a site that was dedicated to the Apostle Paul back in 604 AD. On top of being located at the highest point in London (Ludgate Hill), the cathedral is also the tallest place of worship in London, and at 365 feet, the dome is among the highest ever built in the world. It's a stunning achievement that can still stagger even after hundreds of years—thanks in no small part to its master architect, Christopher Wren. As one of the most iconic sights in London, St. Paul's Cathedral should be a definite a top stop on any tour of the city. And don't forget to check out the host of tombs: the final resting place of notable Britons like Admiral Lord Nelson, JMW Turner, and the great Wren himself.
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