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St Clement, Eastcheap, City of London

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By Wren 1683-87.  The interior was altered by William Butterfield in 1872 and 1889 and again by Ninian Comper in 1932-34. The nave is now used as open plan offices by The Amos Trust, some of the odd angles in the pictures are due to trying to avoid the office furnishings and staff.

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