This church, known as the second and fifth Church in Britain, was built in 604 A.D. and is now seen as a revision of Sir Christopher Ryan in 1675. It has gathered most of his life's efforts and has his tombstone in the church's palace. St. Paul's Cathedral has witnessed many famous historical events: the 50th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's accession to the throne; the funerals of Nelson, Wellington, Churchill and Mrs. Thatcher; the centuries'wedding of Charles and Diana; so when it comes to London, the streets are full of churches, and only this one has to be checked in. Metro Central Line to St. Paul's Station, walk for three minutes, after leaving the station, you can see the towering bell tower, the church dome in the cracks, to ensure that you will not get lost. The front door of the church is in the Northwest direction. In front of the front door is a statue of Queen Anne holding a sceptre and a treasure ball of the monarch. It is said that the Queen Anne is a super eater. Her political achievements are mediocre but loved. She is called Good Queen Anne. Photography is forbidden in St. Paul's Cathedral. Rent an earphone for 6 pounds to listen to the introduction, calm down and walk around. The Nave is the main venue for public gathering during large-scale events or ceremonies, and of course the main access for clergy and choirs to the altar. The North Aisle / the South Aisle is on both sides of the channel. The North Passage includes the All Souls Chapel, the St. Dunstan Chapel and the Wellington Monument for visitors. The South Passage includes the Saints Michael and St. George's Chapel. Through the hall, they came to the magnificent dome below, light and shade contrast to create a strong sense of three-dimensional, so have been looking up and open mouth to see saliva, unconsciously for many years cervical spondylitis has also been cured. On both sides are the North Transept / The North Transept, a monument to William Holman Hunt, the British painter, and Nelson, the hero of the Trafalgar naval battle. The central axis of the church is the magnificent and solemn place, the high altar, where the choir, the bishop of London, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the clergy take their places during the service. In this place, it seems that you can hear the choir's beautiful chorus. Sao Paulo Cathedral Palace is mainly used to place the coffins of national heroes and celebrities, but also to return earphones, bathrooms, souvenirs place, is also exported. The longitudinal exploration of the Sao Paulo auditorium is also a wonderful experience. From bottom to top are (whispering gallery), (Stone Gallery) and (Golden Gallery). After climbing the 257th staircase from the side entrance, we arrived at the magical whisper gallery. On the wall, you can hear the whispers of the people facing you. You can hear the languages of different countries. Continue your efforts to climb outside the dome and look around London for a week at your feet.
In religion-centered Europe, churches must be the most important buildings in a city. St. Paul's Cathedral has a history of more than 1,400 years. Its magnificent Baroque architecture ranks second in all European churches with a total height of 111.56 meters. It is the best work of the architect Ryan. It is the world's second largest dome church, ranked among the world's five cathedrals (St. Peter's Cathedral of the Vatican, Milan Cathedral of Italy, Selvie Cathedral of Spain, Notre Dame Cathedral of Florence, Italy, St. Paul Cathedral of England). For years, St. Paul's Cathedral has been associated with major events in Britain, such as Prince Charles'wedding to Diana, Queen Victoria's 60th anniversary celebrations and Queen Elizabeth II's 80th birthday celebrations. There are also footage of Charles and Diana's wedding in the Voice Guide. Famous British admirals Nelson and British Prime Minister General Wellington, Cathedral designer himself, penicillin inventor Fleming, British painters Turner and Reynolds, and modern sculptor Henry Moore (probably the greatest sculptor since Rodin) all rest in the basement of St. Paul's Cathedral. The coffee shop in the basement can also enjoy English afternoon tea. As the representative work of Christopher Ryan, you will be deeply shocked by the magnificent dome of the cathedral as soon as you enter it! St. Paul's Cathedral has 528 steps. The top of the tower can enjoy 360 degrees panoramic view of the city. If you want to save money but don't have a London eye, then here is the best choice! ________ The dome of the cathedral is divided into three parts. When you go up 257 steps, you reach the whisper Gallery first. The Whispering Gallery: It is said that one side talks to the wall, and the other side can hear it 32 meters away, so it gets its name. The Middlesex Chapel in the North Ear Hall hangs Holman Hunt's famous painting The Light of the World. This painting depicts Jesus patiently knocking on a door that can only be opened from inside. The door symbolizes the human mind. It means that people can go in and get enlightenment as long as they listen, open their hearts and accept Jesus. Mosaic paintings under the vault of the atrium are the most famous ornaments in the church. These paintings record the story of Jesus preaching, martyrdom and resurrection and ascension in the Bible. They are very shocking inside the church filmed in the whisper gallery. Then climb 119 steps to the stone corridor. The Stone Gallery: An outdoor corridor outside the dome. From the corridor you can see most of London's urban landscape. It began to rain heavily when we climbed the stone corridor, so we went on without stopping. The Golden Gallery: The smallest of the three corridors, 85.4 metres above the ground, requires 192 more steps to reach it. Located at the highest point outside the dome, it is the best place to enjoy the panoramic view of London. TIPS: This church can't take pictures either!
Baroque architectural style, this is the most memorable one of many churches, the interior is still magnificent and magnificent, the following palace celebrity tombs countless, it takes a part of time to look at... The most unforgettable thing is to climb the revolving stairs to spit, hollow stairs to make people soft legs, climb from below to Stone Gallery to golden gallery, climb up with the demon wind gusts and start to fear heights again... Anyway, on a day out, the view on the top of the church is excellent. It's also beautiful to climb up and down without hesitation and take pictures of the church under the Millennium Bridge.
St. Paul s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey are two of London's most visitable churches. St. Paul's Cathedral, which imitates St. Peter's Cathedral of the Vatican, is a representative of Baroque architecture. It is famous for its spectacular round roof. It is the second largest dome church in the world and the first cathedral in Britain. It was here that Princess Diana married Prince Charles in 1981. The interior of the church is decorated with beautiful reliefs and exquisite murals, with tall pillars, which is magnificent and magnificent. Dozens of rows of connected seats are neatly arranged, full of holy and solemn atmosphere. Note that photography is not allowed inside. The cathedral is basically divided into three parts: the central hall on the ground, the underground tomb and the viewing platform on the top, which overlooks London, and can also enjoy English afternoon tea in the cafe of the viewing platform.
St. Paul's Cathedral is worth visiting not only because it is the world's famous religious shrine, the fifth Cathedral in the world, and the first cathedral in Britain, but also because it is one of the few churches designed and built by one person, rather than by many designers and architects, so the whole church is like a magnificent symphony. It's a pity that we can't take pictures in it, and we can't tell you how wonderful it is in it with pictures. The middle arc forms the perfect echo wall. You can try it! It takes some physical strength to climb to the top. After all, it has been a landmark of London for many years.
Then we cross the Millennium Bridge across the Thames River to St. Paul's Cathedral on the North bank. The modern pedestrian bridge is simple and smooth. After arriving at St. Paul's Cathedral, he took pictures outside to enjoy the scenery. Because of the time constraints, he temporarily decided to cancel the arrangement of ticket purchase to visit the cathedral. Entering the main entrance of the cathedral and seeing a small open area is also a glimpse inside the world-famous church. Take a circle around the cathedral and then go to a nearby cafe on the fourth floor to look at the local view of the cathedral.
St. Paul s Cathedral in London is one of the most important landmarks in London, just like Big Ben. Hyundai is famous for hosting the wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles and the funeral of former Prime Minister Mrs. Thatcher. Many high-rise multi-color painted vaulted roofs, dazzling stained glass, gorgeous chandeliers, Jesus murals, exquisite religious figures sculpture attract believers and tourists. St. Paul's Cathedral Garden is open free of charge, 7:00-20:30 in summer and 7:00-16:00 in winter. Tickets for visiting churches are 18 pounds. No tickets are allowed at the time of worship, but visitors can only visit the back of the corridor and the main hall, not close to the altar and front seats. Photographs are not allowed in churches.
St. Paul's Cathedral ranks fifth in the world (the world's top four seem to be all in Italy) Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho-ho- Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-a little guide forgets that Sunday will be a week. We came here on Sunday because of the worship activities, so we can enter free of charge, but in-depth visits are not allowed. We took part in an unexpected trip to England with a choir. The choir's children's voice chorus is really a kind of sound of nature, which can purify the soul. Finally, we donated money to the Cathedral for confiscating tickets.