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Church of St MaryChurch of St Mary
Lutterworth, England

Known for its connection to early reformer John Wycliffe, St Mary's Lutterworth is a Grade-I-listed parish church dating from the 13th century.

Church of All SaintsChurch of All Saints
Bakewell, England, UK

Church, originally of collegiate status. C12 and C13 possibly incorporating some Saxon masonry; C14 and C15 additions; tower and transepts rebuilt 1841-52 by William Flockton of Sheffield who replicated the medieval design; nave arcades replaced 1852 by Weightman and Hadfield of Sheffield; chancel restored 1879-82 by Gilbert Scott the younger.

Church of St BrideChurch of St Bride
London, England

St. Bride's Church on Fleet Street was built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1670-84 and is especially famous for its distinctive wedding-cake steeple. Medieval and Roman foundations can be seen in the crypt.

Church of St Martin in FieldsChurch of St Martin in Fields
London, England, UK

Occupying a prominent location on the east side of Trafalgar Square, the Church of St Martin-in-the-Fields (1722-26) was designed by James Gibbs in what would be a highly influential design.

Church of St George BloomsburyChurch of St George Bloomsbury
London, England, UK

Designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, St George's Bloomsbury was built in 1716-31 as part of the Fifty New Churches Act.

Church of St Mary WoolnothChurch of St Mary Woolnoth
London, England, UK

A Grade I listed building, St Mary Woolnoth is a unique work of English Baroque architecture by Nicholas Hawksmoor. Its association with John Newton, clergyman and slave trader, adds to its historical interest.

Church of St MaryChurch of St Mary
North Leigh, England, UK

Church. Late Saxon church of c.1000-1050 with central tower; chancel converted into aisled nave and former nave demolished c.1200; early C14 alterations and extension to west of nave aisles; Wilcote Chapel, at east end of north aisle, built c.1439 for Elizabeth Wilcote and possibly by Richard Winchcombe; Perrott Aisle added to north of north aisle by Christopher Kempster for James Perrott, d.1724; restored 1864 by G. E.

Church of St AndrewChurch of St Andrew
Great Rollright, England, UK

Medieval parish church restored by G.E. Street, featuring a fine Norman door carved with beakheads, chevrons and other designs.