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Built in 1833 by John Shaw, this church was ruined by the 1944 bombings. It is an octagonal building with a high star arch. Since the sixties, a window has been shut off by a very ornate 19C rude-screen which comes from the Antim Monastery in Bucharest. The adjacent chapel with the pulpit is used by the Eastern (Coptic) churches, whilst another chapel is reserved to the Old catholic churches of the Utrecht Union.

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  • Address : 186a st. Fleet GB - London EC4A 2HEC4A 2HLondon
  • Phone : 020 7405 1929
  • E-mail : administrator@stdunstaninthewest.org
  • Website :

Opening hours :

  • [9.30am-5pm - closed weekends]

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