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No. 35 St. Paul’s Cathedral, London

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Annual Visitors: 1,892,467

Prince Charles and Lady Diana wed under the heavily decorated
golden ceiling of the grand Neoclassical dome designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
Unmistakable among the more sedate financial edifices in the City of
London district, St. Paul’s dome served as a model for the U.S. Capitol. Built between 1675 and 1710 on land that was sacred
even in pre-Christian times, the cathedral is still used for significant state functions,
weddings, and funerals. stpauls.co.uk

Source: Association of Leading Visitor Attractions
(Britain)

World's Most-Visited Sacred Sites

No. 35 St. Paul’s Cathedral, London

Annual Visitors: 1,892,467

Prince Charles and Lady Diana wed under the heavily decorated
golden ceiling of the grand Neoclassical dome designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
Unmistakable among the more sedate financial edifices in the City of
London district, St. Paul’s dome served as a model for the U.S. Capitol. Built between 1675 and 1710 on land that was sacred
even in pre-Christian times, the cathedral is still used for significant state functions,
weddings, and funerals. stpauls.co.uk

Source: Association of Leading Visitor Attractions
(Britain)

Angelo Hornak / Alamy

World's Most-Visited Sacred Sites

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