Christopher Wren and St. Paul's Cathedral
Cambridge University Press [by] Lerner Publications Company, 1982 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 51 pages
An account of the construction of St. Paul's Cathedral in London by Christopher Wren after old St. Paul's was destroyed by fire in 1666. Also discusses other Wren churches and buildings and the relation of Wren's style to his historical period.
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