"a work of Sir Christopher Wren"
Church of St Martin, Ludgate, City of London (rebuilt by Wren 1677-84)
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeChurch of St Martin, Ludgate, City of London (rebuilt by Wren 1677-84) - Credit: John Salmon

 Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723) was a renowned English architect. Following the Great Fire of London in 1666, he was responsible for re-building 52 of the city's churches, including St. Paul's Cathedral.

Other notable works by Wren include the south facade of Hampton Court Palace, and the Royal Naval College in Greenwich.

 

Royal Naval College, Greenwich
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeRoyal Naval College, Greenwich - Credit: Kenneth Yarham