All Hallows London Wall

All Hallows memento mori

All Hallows memento mori

The first article in an  occasional series on churches that survived the Great Fire of 1666 but were rebuilt or demolished subsequently …

All Hallows London Wall was originally built in around 1120.  It survived the Great Fire of 1666, but was rebuilt by George Dance the Younger in 1765-67.

It was further modified in the late nineteenth century; rebuilt in 1960-62, after sustaining damage in the German bombing of the Second  World War II;  and restored in 1993, after sustaining further damage in the IRA bombing campaign of that year.

All Hallows memorial

All Hallows memorial

All Hallows London Wall interior

All Hallows London Wall interior

All Hallows London Wall exterior

All Hallows London Wall exterior

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