London's wonderful cathedral was destroyed in the Great Fire and was rebuilt by Christopher Wren starting in 1675. His tomb is located in St. Pauls. The inner dome ceiling shows scenes from the life of St. Paul. The beautiful arches and columns lead to the high alter with its splendid Italian marble baldacchino. The blue and white tiles of the floor compliments the lovely interior dome above.
Monuments to Viscount Nelson, the Duke of Wellington, Viscount Duncan, and many of the heroes of the Napoleonic Wars are located throughout the cathedral. In 1965 the cathedral was the site for the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill.