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St Paul's Cathedral, City of London
St Paul's Cathedral, City of London, 1710. Sheet from William Morgan's map, London Actually Survey'd, first published in 1682. It carries the following views: on the left, the south prospect of the Royal Exchange and the south prospect of the Guildhall; on the right, the statue of Charles II from Stocks Market; in the centre, a south elevation of St Paul's Cathedral. Wren's design for the dome was kept a secret, so Morgan was obliged to use his imagination.
- Image ref: 1619751
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)