St Paul's Cathedral is one of the most iconic landmarks on the London skyline, meaning that people looking for things to do in London are likely to pay a visit.
The current cathedral, designed by celebrated architect Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1675 and 1710, is actually the fifth cathedral to have stood on the site since the year 604.
Over the years it has seen many royal occasions, with Queen Victoria celebrating her diamond jubilee there in 1897, and Queen Elizabeth II more recently commemorating her own there.
Royal weddings have also been held at the Cathedral, including the marriage of Catherine of Aragon to Prince Arthur in 1501 and the wedding of the Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer in 1981.
St Paul's has also seen state funerals like those of Admiral Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.
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Posted by Samantha Reed