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  • All Saints Margaret Street

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    Churches and Cathedrals
    Opening Soon Open on Sat,11:00am-7:00pm;Open on Mon-Fri, Sun,7:00am-7:00pm
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    7, Margaret Street, London W1W 8JG, EnglandMap
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    • Hans T
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      Wonderful, but for homeless men

      Gorgeous church, well worth a visit. I can understand why Christians would wish to express compassion for the homeless and give them shelter, but don't let them live in the church. The pope welcomes t...

      Reviewed on /Date(1615294296000+0800)/
    • NorthEastMe999
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      The most beautiful interior

      This church is beautiful inside, an Arts and Crafts treasure. Even if you're not in to "reading* churches it's worth a detour from busy Oxford Street for peace and calm.

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    • ian_dempster
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      Stunning

      First thing you notice is the tall spire, on entering you notice homeless people asleep on the pughs. The church itself is beautiful inside with stunning alter, windows and sublime paintings. One of t...

      Reviewed on /Date(1581650365000+0800)/
    • Archaeobuff
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      Lovely old church for the homeless

      Built in the 1850s it was hugely influential in its gothic, polychromatic use of brick that was taken up by residential builders all over England in Victorian times. Inside the church was even more un...

      Reviewed on /Date(1574692646000+0800)/
    • 475vladimirm
      475vladimirm
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      Fantastically beautiful interiors!

      ll Saints, is Anglican church on Margaret Street in Fitzrovia. All Saints had its origins in the Margaret Street Chapel which had stood on the site since the 1760s. The church was designed by the arch...

      Reviewed on /Date(1573403256000+0800)/
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