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All Saints, Margaret Street is one of the most important Victorian buildings in the country and arguably one of the most important 19th century churches in Europe, Grade I-listed All Saints was built between 1849 and 1859 and designed by William Butterfield.
The largest of Wren’s surviving City churches, Grade I-listed St Andrew’s was built in 1684-90 to replace a medieval structure of Saxon origin that survived the Great Fire but then fell into decay. Gutted in the Blitz it was rebuilt in 1960-1 by Seely and Paget and became a guild church. This is a role devised in the early post-War years for City churches which, in an area that was by that point over-churched and under-populated, risked becoming surplus to requirements.
Known as ‘The Church of the High Seas’ because of its long-standing links with the shipbuilders and merchants who once lived in the area, Grade I-listed St Dunstan’s is also among the most ancient churches in Greater London.