Hello everyone. Last week, we had an excellent day out with our mum, and went to St. Paul's Cathedral. St. Paul's Cathedral, designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the late 17th century, after it's predecessor was destroyed by the Great Fire of London in 1666. Many important ceremonies have taken place here, such as the funeral of British Prime Minister during WWII, Sir Winston Churchill, a remembrance ceremony for 9/11, the wedding of Charles (Prince of Wales), and Lady Diana, and Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee Service, to name a few. St. Paul's Cathedral is commonly known for being in a very famous photograph of London in the Blitz, where the dome is rising up above the smoke, symbolizing hope.
The big ferris wheel in the picture is the London Eye, one of London's best attractions. It may not be as high as St. Paul's, but when you are on it you feel really high!
We weren't allowed to take photos inside, so here is St. Pauls Website.
Overall, St. Pauls Cathedral was really fun. So I'd say this trip was EXCELLENT!