Saint Paul Cathedral – London, England


Romantic London…
…and the place of these romantic people
“Saint Paul Cathedral”


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28 thoughts on “Saint Paul Cathedral – London, England

  1. Like Nietzsche I'm not a big fan os catolicism, but I have to agree… THEY BUILT BEUTIFULL TEMPLES. If I was a sinner I could confess all in a place like this… BUT I'M NOT A SINNER, I'M A SAINT !!!!

    😉

    JOPZ

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  2. weddings are romantic, especially the royal family. Wonder if William will marry Kate.

    When William's mum got married, we stayed up to watch, it was past mid night. The next day, they reported all the women were late for work. (including me)

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  3. Isn't it amazing and magnificent place! I always feel do small there:)
    Lucky people to get married in this place!
    Have a beautiful week:)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  4. I like how the happy couple is in focus in the top shot, that is neat! Beautiful cathedral. The dome reminds me of the dome on the White House.

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  5. That first shot is a winner for sure! What a wedding. Must have involved some hoity-toity folks with a lot of money. Fascinating glimpse into life in London here…

    'Tis a rather grande l'Eglise! Thanks for sharing these wonderful photographs! I would guess many of the people we see walking about and in and out of the cathedral are tourists…right?

    Thank you, Leia, for your fine comments today…you always seem to know just the right thing to say! Glad your studies are progressing well. Hope this day is going very well for you!

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  6. Re your comment on Stone Creek: Just think, you could rent one of those villas for less than $100 per night and ride about in your little golf cart. You could swim in both of the pools, work out in the spa, play bocce, horseshoes, tennis, pickleball or billiards; watch a movie on Tuesday night, eat in the elegant restaurant, take a few golf lessons, visit the many local attractions…

    Wouldn't that be fun?

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  7. A mythic place! Getting maried at St-paul's, do you imagine that!!
    Coucou, Leia, I will write you very soon. I only need a little time after coming back.(Merci pour tous les courriers!)
    Bises!

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  8. Fabulous photos and yes, very romantic! The one of the bride and groom on the steps, fantastic!
    Thanks so much for stopping by. We're back home now and I am enjoying catching up with all my blogging friends. I've had a lot of fun here today seeing what I have missed. Have a great week.
    An English Girl Rambles

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  9. The mother of the bride must be the one with the biggest hat. St. Paul's is a beautiful cathedral and your photos do it justice. Like Ann, we also stayed up to watch William's mother get married.

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  10. Do you speak Portuguese and French? That's fantastic. I only speak English because Sarawak was a British colony. I haven't lived in London, once I had a stop over in London.

    Now I live in New Zealand, and they speak English. I can talk Chinese too.

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  11. Especially cool technique of the couple of the cathedral steps with the “unclear” guests around them!

    I love visiting your blog – it's always a bouquet of fantastic sight seeing and jet setting around lovely Europe! Bravo!

    Je pense 'a vous deux

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  12. It's been a long time since we were there but I remember watching Vicki fall in love with St. Paul's. It's an amazing place and the view from the top is excellent!

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  13. What wonderful memories this post brought back to me….many many trips to London over a period of 10 years. St; Pauls’s was one of my favorite spots…with all those beautiful wooden benches close by. I would always buy some lunch and eat it there. I LOVED this post.

    Genie

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