Historic Door From A London Church
This is the South Entrance Door from St. Helen’s church in Bishopsgate, the largest surviving parish church in London. Founded in 1210 as a nunnery for the Benedictine order, this church survived the Great Fire of London in 1666 and the Blitz during WWII. The church was severely damaged in two IRA bombings in 1992 and 1993, having all the windows blown out, including some historic stained glass, and lifting the roof. It has since been fully restored. This door has survived and has been in place since renovations in 1633.
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