The ceiling of St. Paul’s Cathedral in downtown London, England. St. Paul’s has been at the heart of the city of London for 1,400 years. The plans for the current St. Paul’s received approval from King Charles II in 1675 after the Great Fire of London destroyed the previous Gothic cathedral in 1666.

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