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St Columba, Pont Street, Knightsbridge (Church of Scotland)

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The Church of Scotland’s premier London church opened in 1955, but begun in 1950, it was designed by Edward Maufe. It replaced a 19th-century church that was badly damaged by wartime bombing. The church is on the first floor and is impressively lofty. There is a memorial chapel to the London Scottish Regiment to the left of the sanctuary.


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