Christ Church was one of four dozen iconic churches erected by Christopher Wren in the City of London after 1666, when the Great Fire annihilated much of the famous Square Mile—a world center, then and now, for trading and banking.
In the March 2017 issue, Architectural Record spotlights civic building type studies.
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