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St. Paul's Cathedral 1846

Solidly built of brick to replace a more vulnerable wooden structure, St. Paul's Anglican Church was designed by the renowned architect William Thomas. In 1857, with the creation of the Diocese of Huron, St. Paul's was designated a cathedral.

Location

On the grounds of the cathedral, Richmond Street and Queens Avenue, London

Region: Southwestern Ontario

County/District: County of Middlesex

Municipality: City of London

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