3. Church of St. Bartholomew the Great
We’ve seen this gorgeous church before in our Historic London Churches post.
The main room is intricately carved stone with ornate designs. It is three-storeys tall with a beautifully artistic ceiling.
The face now is the original face. The Elizabethan face was levelled during the London Blitz when a random bomb destroyed it.
Later, it was decided that it would be a good idea to restore the original face. This was surprisingly easy because of the excellent condition the original face was in.