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Saint Margaret's Church on Parliament Square, London
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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Die Saint Margaret's Church steht in der Londoner Innenstadt auf dem Parliament Square in unmittelbarer Nähe zu Westminster Abbey. Bei unserem Besuch war die Kirche leider geschlossen, wir konnten den... read more »The Saint Margaret's church stands in the heart of London in Parliament Square, close to Westminster Abbey. The Church was unfortunately closed during our visit, we were able to enjoy the impressive view only from the outside.show original
Our guide suggested visiting St. Margaret's Church for a few minutes before going into Westminster Abbey. It's a beautiful church that's free to visit.
A modest church at the Parliament Square is often overlooked by the crowd of tourists visiting the Westminster Abbey, which is a real shame. It is actually a beautiful, peaceful and picturesque church... read more »
It's a good place to stop, sit, and reflect while you do all the London tourist things.
A nice place to sit and watch. Very relaxing.
Very pretty church. Definitely a view to enjoy the architecture of.
Nice little church that was built in 1523, which was enough to make me visit. For some reason, the church was roped off at the halfway point so I couldn't go & admire the front. You're able to have a seat, if you'd like & that was pretty much all I could do.
Good C16th glass and some interesting monuments don't make up for their rigorously enforced ban on photography; if they provided a decent alternative in the way of a fully illustrated guide you could understand this to an extent, but they don't, and I'm sure too much public money gets spent on this and the abbey for them to be right in thinking that they own the place. The church and ethics have always been strange bedfellows.
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