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1 St Paul's Cathedral 3421
2 Temple Church; interior destroyed in The Blitz. During restoration, it was discovered that renovations made by Wren in the 17th century were in storage and they were replaced in their original position. 379
3 St Mary-le-Bow; reconsecrated in 1964 234
4 St Clement Danes; derelict in Wren's time, so he rebuilt it. Reconsecrated in 1958 after the Blitz. 150
5 Christ Church Greyfriars; destroyed in the Blitz. Ruins are a public garden 109
6 St Bride's Church; rededicated in 1957 99
7 St Stephen Walbrook 89
8 St Clement Eastcheap 80
9 St James's Church, Piccadilly in Westminster; built by Wren as a new church. Rededicated in 1954 after the Blitz. 78
10 St Dunstan-in-the-East; destroyed in the Blitz. Ruins are a public garden 73
11 St Benet Paul's Wharf 71
12 All-Hallows-the-Great; demolished in 1894 59
13 St Peter upon Cornhill 56
14 St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe; rebuilt and rededicated in 1961 53
15 St Magnus-the-Martyr; altered after London Bridge was widened in 1762. 52
16 St Edmund, King and Martyr; from 2001 the London Centre for Spirituality 52
17 St Lawrence Jewry; restored in 1957 52
18 St Michael, Cornhill 51
19 St James Garlickhythe 49
20 St Mary Aldermanbury; the stones were transported to Fulton, Missouri and rebuilt in the grounds of Westminster College, Missouri as a memorial to Sir Winston Churchill. 49
21 St Alban, Wood Street; destroyed in the Blitz. Tower is private dwelling 49
22 St Andrew, Holborn; re-opened in 1961 45
23 St Olave Old Jewry; body of the church was demolished in 1887. Remains including tower now an office building 43
24 St Stephen Coleman Street; destroyed in the Blitz and not rebuilt 42
25 St Mary Abchurch 41
26 St Martin, Ludgate 41
27 St Mary Somerset; body of the church demolished in 1871. Tower surrounded by small garden 41
28 St Mary Aldermary 41
29 St Augustine Watling Street; destroyed in the Blitz. Tower part of St Paul's Cathedral Choir School 40
30 St Michael Paternoster Royal; restored in 1966–8 40
31 St Michael Wood Street; demolished in 1897 40
32 St Anne's Church, Soho; built by Wren as a new church. Partly restored in 1979 and fully restored by 1991 after the Blitz. 40
33 St Mary-at-Hill; badly damaged by a fire in 1988 and rebuilt 39
34 St Michael Bassishaw; judged unsafe in 1892 and demolished in 1900 38
35 All Hallows Bread Street; demolished in 1878 38
36 St Margaret Pattens 38
37 St Margaret Lothbury 37
38 St Benet Gracechurch; demolished in 1868 37
39 St Nicholas Cole Abbey; reconsecrated in 1962 36
40 St George Botolph Lane; demolished in 1904 as the building had been condemned as structurally unsafe 35
41 St Swithin, London Stone; destroyed in the Blitz and not rebuilt 34
42 St Vedast Foster Lane; restored by 1962 34
43 St Antholin, Budge Row; demolished in 1874 32
44 St Michael Queenhithe; demolished in 1876 32
45 St Anne and St Agnes; rededicated in 1966 32
46 St Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street; roof damaged by a fire in 1886 and demolished in 1893 32
47 St Benet Fink; demolished between 1841 and 1846 to improve the site of the Royal Exchange 31
48 St Matthew Friday Street; demolished in 1885 30
49 All Hallows Lombard Street; found to be unsafe and demolished in 1937, with the tower and interior fittings moved to All Hallows Twickenham. 29
50 St Dionis Backchurch; demolished in 1878 29
51 St Christopher le Stocks; demolished in 1781 to provide space for the extension of the Bank of England 27
52 St Mildred, Bread Street; destroyed in the Blitz and not rebuilt 26
53 St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange; demolished in 1840 so that Threadneedle Street could be widened 21
54 St Michael, Crooked Lane; demolished in 1831 because wider approaches were needed for the rebuilt London Bridge 19
55 St Mildred, Poultry; demolished in 1872 17


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