Saint Mary-Le-Bow, Cheapside
Saint Mary-Le-Bow, Cheapside
Record No
320237
Title
Saint Mary-Le-Bow, Cheapside
Description
After being destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666, it was rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren. Its bells are known as the Bow Bells, and it is said anyone born within earshot of these bells is a true Cockney.
Date of execution
1755
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
Metropolitan Prints Collection
Engraver
Cole, Benjamin
Publisher
Stowe's Survey of London
Medium
photograph
Longest dimension
41cms
Shortest dimension
27cms
Catalogue No
SC_PZ_CT_02_0653
Accession No
City of London P 30935
London picture map location
Exact
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