St Botolph without Aldgate
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The oldest of three churches of St Botolph in the City, this handsome monument was built at the gates of Roman London as a homage to and to ask the intercession of the patron saint of travellers. The building was reconstructed by George Dance in 1744 and a beautiful ornamental ceiling was added in the 19th century by John Francis Bentley, who also created Westminster Cathedral.
Aldgate High Street
|Price:||Admission free; donations appreciated|
|Opening hours:||Open 9am-3pm Mon-Fri. Eucharist 1.05pm Tue, Thur; 10.30am Sun|
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