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The front aspect of Hawksmoor's Spitalfields church. Photograph: Antonio Olmos

The front aspect of Hawksmoor's Spitalfields church. Photograph: Antonio Olmos

Christ Church Spitalfields, London, built 1714–29

Christ Church Spitalfields, London, built 1714–29

St Alfege    St Alfege, Greenwich. Body of the church (1711-14) by Nicholas Hawksmoor. Tower and steeple (1730) by John James.

St Alfege St Alfege, Greenwich. Body of the church (1711-14) by Nicholas Hawksmoor. Tower and steeple (1730) by John James.

Christ Church Spitalfields, London, built between 1714 and 1729 to a design by Nicholas Hawksmoor. Altered considerably over the years, it became derelict and was saved from demolition to be restored to its pre-1850 glory from 1972 to 2004 by the Friends of Christ Church.  wiki

Christ Church Spitalfields, London, built between 1714 and 1729 to a design by Nicholas Hawksmoor. Altered considerably over the years, it became derelict and was saved from demolition to be restored to its pre-1850 glory from 1972 to 2004 by the Friends of Christ Church. wiki

Christ Church Spitalfields (1714-29) by Nicholas Hawksmoor

Fighting for the right to pray

Christ Church Spitalfields (1714-29) by Nicholas Hawksmoor

Christ Church - Spitalfields: 1815

Christ Church - Spitalfields: 1815

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