Although the building celebrated its 300th anniversary, the Cathedral has been located in place since the year 604 d. C., which converts to an iconic institution, adds the Reverend. When it was built for the first time in the top of the Hill, was in the heart of ancient London. However, the building perished in a fire in the city, and was rebuilt by the famous architect Sir Christopher Wren. Somehow, the dome is the Crown of London. It is a symbol of the protection of human, to important values, of transcendence. Today, many aspects of life are quite flat, and I think the dome stands firm and encourages us to look beyond us from time to time, since it could be worthwhile, concludes the Reverend. If you plan to visit London and in the mood to listen to live music in an environment so splendid as St.
Paul’s Cathedral, don’t miss famous organists who play here throughout the year. John Scott will return to the Cathedral on 7 July and August 4 Act specialist in romantic music French, Ben van Oosten. Timothy Wakerell complete varied and exciting programme. The Cathedral nor disappoint fans to art, since it currently hosts an exhibition of photography entitled Being Untouchable (be untouchable), which explores the fascinating life of dalits and the India. The exhibition, which will remain open until July 6, contains images taken by Marcus Perkins introduced into the life of the dalits, or untouchables. Although the Indian Government abolished this tradition of oppression and exploitation time ago, today it remains a problem. And, if you are interested to see more London attractions related to the cult and the history of the capital city, should visit Westminster Abbey, famous among other things for hosting the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton. With its 1,000 years of history, the Abbey is a treasure chest of art treasures, in which paintings, stained glass, tapestries and other artefacts are exposed. In addition, is place of eternal rest of many important people in the history of England.