St. Paul's Cathedral: Sir Christopher Wren

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History

 

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Frances R

 

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February 21, 2017

 

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University

 

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Even though St. Paul's Cathedral has had some hard times, it has re-bounded with the help of several generations of citizens, and has become the architectural jewel as we know it to be today in the crowded streets of London. 1. There were many unfortunate events that happened to St. Paul's, which resulted in the production of the cathedral that stands today...
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There were many unfortunate events that happened to St. Paul's, which resulted in the production of the cathedral that stands today. Describe in detail, the historical events that resulted in the continuous renovations, and how the new building is so special in an architectural sense due to Sir Christopher Wren's unorthodox way of going about business...
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