English architect Christopher Wren.

Christopher Wren

(1632 - 1723)

Christopher Wren trained in science and mathematics and taught astronomy at Oxford before turning to architecture at the age of thirty. He is best known for overseeing the design and reconstruction of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, a project that consumed over forty years and nearly half of his life.

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Voices In Time

1708 | London

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Christopher Wren requests a graveyard shift.More

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