St Bride's Church, City of London, watercolour greeting card
St Bride's Church, Fleet Street, watercolour style greeting card
Known as the Cathedral of Fleet Street, it is the second tallest of Wren’s churches (226ft), built in 1670-1684. Most of the original building was destroyed in WWII, with only the steeple and outer walls still standing. The post war restoration has given the interior a modern feel. The church is famous for its association with the journalists and newspapers, as well as for the tiered wedding cake inspired by its steeple.