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Images Dated 25th June 2007

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Sir Christopher Wren's original model for St Paul's cathedral, London, c1670-1672 (1893).Artist: Arthur Robertson Featured 25 Jun 2007 Print

Sir Christopher Wren's original model for St Paul's cathedral, London, c1670-1672 (1893).Artist: Arthur Robertson

Sir Christopher Wren's original model for St Paul's cathedral, London, c1670-1672 (1893). Wren was commissioned to design the replacement for the cathedral destroyed in the Great Fire of London. Construction began in 1677 and was completed on Wren's 76th birthday, 20th October 1708. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by J R Green, illustrated edition, Volume III, Macmillan and Co, London, New York, 1893

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The Swan Theatre, London, 1596, (1893). Artist: Unknown Featured 25 Jun 2007 Print

The Swan Theatre, London, 1596, (1893). Artist: Unknown

The Swan Theatre, London, 1596, (1893). The Swan theatre was built by Francis Langley in c1595. The last known mention of the theatre dates from 1632. After a drawing in the University Library, Utrecht, in Gaedertz, Zur Kenntniss der Alt-Englischen Buhne. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co, London, New York, 1893

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South-east corner of the Lady Chapel, Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland, 1893. Artist: Unknown Featured 25 Jun 2007 Print

South-east corner of the Lady Chapel, Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland, 1893. Artist: Unknown

South-east corner of the Lady Chapel, Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland, 1893. Rosslyn Chapel, or the Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew as it was to have been, was founded in 1446 by Sir William St Clair, third and last St Clair Prince of Orkney. Because of its reputed connections with Freemasonry and the Knights Templar, it has been speculated that the chapel is the resting place of the Holy Grail An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co, London, New York, 1893

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