Saint Paul (disambiguation) - Buildings and Institutions - Churches - United Kingdom

United Kingdom

  • St Paul's Cathedral in London, England, designed by Christopher Wren
  • St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge, in Wilton Place
  • St Paul's, Covent Garden in London, designed by Inigo Jones and also known as the Actors' Church
  • Old St Paul's Cathedral, a cathedral in the City of London, destroyed in 1666 in a fire and replaced by Wren's cathedral
  • Old Saint Paul's, Edinburgh, of the Scottish Episcopal Church
  • St Pauls Tower a residential tower in Sheffield
  • St Paul's Church, Wordsworth Avenue in Sheffield
  • St Paul's, Harringay, London

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