This English Baroque church designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor in 1727 is well worth the visit. It was one of many commissioned by Queen Anne in the 18th century. This church like so many others built in this period are often overlooked by tourists because there is such a wealth of more spectacular sites to see in London. However, if one has the time and is in the vicinity, take a moment to walk inside. This church should be of special interest to literature fans because it was the subject of T. S. Eliot's most famous poem, "The Waste Land".
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