Ex Entrance To Saint Annes Church Shaftesbury Avenue London


Ex Entrance To Saint Annes Church Shaftesbury Avenue London

This is one of the few remains of what once was a beautiful church,St Annes in Soho.The ground was consecrated in the 16th century with a clock tower and steeple built in 1803.Bombed on three separate occasions during the Second World War,each time the church was bombed,more of the church was destroyed until finally nothing was left.The church was rededicated in 1991.Check out the link to find what happened to the church during the Second World War .http://www.westendatwar.org.uk/page_id__130_path__0p28p.aspx

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