Sarah / Austria
The poster we received from Chris is just stunning, exactly what we looked for as a wedding gift for friends. The colours are beautiful and the paper is of high quality. We would definitely buy a poster again.
The dimensions of the poster include a built-in picture mount
The poster is printed with top-quality inks on the highest quality 200g/m2 premium design paper
Carefully wrapped in paper and packed in a protective cardboard tube or hardcover envelope (A4 and smaller size).
Worldwide shipping available.
The result is a stunning print with unrivaled quality and image reproduction that will stand the test of time
Frame not included
A perfect reminder of visited places in the past and a motivator to plan future travels
St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most iconic and well-known landmarks in London, and has been a prominent part of the city’s skyline for over 300 years. Located on Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the city, the cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of London and the mother church of the Diocese of London.
The current St. Paul’s Cathedral is the fourth building to stand on the site, with the first being a Roman temple dedicated to the goddess Diana. The second was a Norman cathedral that was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666. The third was a Baroque-style cathedral designed by Sir Christopher Wren, which was completed in 1708.
The current St. Paul’s Cathedral is a masterpiece of English Baroque architecture, with its impressive dome rising 365 feet above the ground. The dome is the second largest in the world, after St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, and is a prominent feature of the London skyline.
Inside the cathedral, visitors are greeted by a stunning interior, with beautiful stained glass windows, intricate marblework, and impressive paintings and sculptures. The cathedral also houses several important historical artifacts, including the tomb of the Duke of Wellington and a marble monument to Admiral Nelson.
In addition to its architectural and historical significance, St. Paul’s Cathedral has played a significant role in many important events in British history. It was the site of the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill in 1965, and Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s wedding in 1981. It has also been the site of many royal events, including the thanksgiving service for the end of World War II.
Today, St. Paul’s Cathedral remains an important religious and cultural institution in London, and continues to draw visitors from around the world. It is a must-see destination for anyone visiting the city, and is a symbol of the rich history and culture of London.