St Edmund the King

St Edmund the King is home to IMPRINT Church London. The present church, a Grade 1 listed building, has been attributed to Sir Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke, and was built in 1670-79 on the site of a former medieval church. This medieval church is believed to have been located on the western edge of a Roman Basilica and it is therefore likely that there are significant Roman archaeological remains below ground. In 1710 the current spire was added, a much taller construction compared with the original tower that had a domed lantern above.

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