St Paul’s Cathedral…The first St Paul’ s is built in 604 somewhere unknown. Old St Paul’s is built in a grand Norman style in 1087, and completed in 1310. The Great Fire of London destroys Old St Paul’s in 1666. The present building is completed in 1710 by Sir Christopher Wren.
We got into St Paul's cathedral and stepped up on top of the tower. We could take a beautiful view from there, but many people gathered to make me incapable to draw the scenery.
We used a public toilet near the cathedral. It was built half underground and a man was sitting in a small chamber set in a corner of the toilet. He seemed to me to be the keeper of the toilet. It was very interested.
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