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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 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

Holly Village, Highgate, North London. H. A. Darbishire. 1865

Holly Village, Highgate, North London. H. A. Darbishire. 1865

mbphotograph:London, England Follow me for more travel photography- mbphotograph enchantedengland: So this is Brushfield Street in Spitalfields, east London; with Nicolas Hawksmoor’s English baroque Christ Church topping up the view. I also happen to be here, as in staying on the street next to this church. The trip has been quite amazing but do not fear, I shall tell of it elsewhere. I HAVE SO MANY LOVELY PHOTOS TO POST AAAAAUGH but I cannot get them from my new phone to my computer. It is…

mbphotograph:London, England Follow me for more travel photography- mbphotograph enchantedengland: So this is Brushfield Street in Spitalfields, east London; with Nicolas Hawksmoor’s English baroque Christ Church topping up the view. I also happen to be here, as in staying on the street next to this church. The trip has been quite amazing but do not fear, I shall tell of it elsewhere. I HAVE SO MANY LOVELY PHOTOS TO POST AAAAAUGH but I cannot get them from my new phone to my computer. It is…

Christ was the serpent that deceived Eve, and in the form of a serpent entered the Virgin's womb; he feigned to die and rise again, but it was the Devil who truly was crucified.

Christ was the serpent that deceived Eve, and in the form of a serpent entered the Virgin's womb; he feigned to die and rise again, but it was the Devil who truly was crucified.

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