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John Rogers: City of London Churches Walking Tour – Medieval London


Interesting videos about London, and elsewhere, from London-based film-maker and writer John Rogers, author of This Other London – adventures in the overlooked city

His blog The Lost Byway

A walk around some of the historic churches of the City of London. This walk through medieval London starts at St. Botolph Bishopsgate, first mentioned in 1212. We then pass St Ethelburga, St Helen’s, the site of St Mary Axe, St Andrew Undershaft, St Micheal Cornhill, St Peter Cornhill, St Edmund King and Martyr, St Clement Eastcheap, St Mary Abchurch, the London Stone, St Stephen Walbrook, site of St John the Baptist Walbrook, the site of Dick Whittington’s House, site of St Thomas Apostle, St Michael Paternoster Royal, and finally St Paul’s Cathedral.

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