St. Peter's is reputedly the oldest place of Christian worship in London, having been founded on the site of the Roman basillica by Lucius, the first Christian ruler of Britain, in 179AD.
The church is effectively invisible from surrounding streets as it rises within a tiny courtyard, accessed via Cornhill. The dome and obelisk spire are surmounted by an unusual weather vane; a 10ft long St. Peter's key.
The church is now used as a Christian Aid centre.
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