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The City Churches of Sir Christopher Wren

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385pp. 2007. Paperback. Good condition. Ex-library copy. Minor shelf wear. Stain to bottom edge of outer page edges. Light sunning/dust marks to outer page edges. Library marks on first pages, otherwise clean text throughout. Fine spine.


The Great Fire of 1666 devastated the centre of London, with the loss of old St. Paul's and 86 parish churches. This book looks at Wren's rebuilding of St. Paul's, as well as examining the other 51 parish churches which were reconstructed under his observation.

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Author(s):
Paul Jeffery
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1847250149
ISBN-13:
9781847250148
Publisher:
Hambledon Continuum

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385pp. 2007. Paperback. Good condition. Ex-library copy. Minor shelf wear. Stain to bottom edge of outer page edges. Light sunning/dust marks to outer page edges. Library marks on first pages, otherwise clean text throughout. Fine spine.


The Great Fire of 1666 devastated the centre of London, with the loss of old St. Paul's and 86 parish churches. This book looks at Wren's rebuilding of St. Paul's, as well as examining the other 51 parish churches which were reconstructed under his observation.

Author(s):
Paul Jeffery
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1847250149
ISBN-13:
9781847250148
Publisher:
Hambledon Continuum

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