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St Mary-at-Hill, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin, is another of the churches re-designed by Sir Christopher Wren in English Baroque style after the Great Fire of London engulfed the city in 1666.
St Mary-at-Hill, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin, is another of the churches re-designed by Sir Christopher Wren in English Baroque style after the Great Fire of London engulfed the city in 1666. The October Festival of the Sea here celebrates the Fish Harvest.
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