penned cityscapes - Andre Rocha
A parallel of some of the principal towers and steeples built by Sir Christopher Wren, London, England.
1, St. Dunstan in the East. 2, St. Magnus. 3, St. Benet, Gracechurch-street. 4, St. Edmund the King, Lombard-street. 5, St. Margaret Pattens. 6, Allhallows the Great. 7, St. Mary Abchurch. 8, St Muchael, Cornhill. 9, St. Lawrence, Jewry. 10, St.Benet Fink. 11, St.Bartholomew. 12, St. Michael, Queenhithe. 13, St. Michael Royal. 14, St. Antholia, Watling-street. 15, St. Stephen, Walbrrok. 16, St. Swithen, Cannon-street. 17, St. Mary-l-eBow. 18, Christ Church, Newgate-street. 19, St. Ncholas, Cole Abbey, 20, St. Mildred, Bread-street. 21, St. Augustin, Watling-street. 22, St. Mary Somerset. 23, St. Martin, Ludgate. 24.St. Andrew by the Wardrobe. 25, St. Bride, Fleet-street.
The scale is expressed by St. Paul’s in the background.
Source: Charles Knight, Old England: A Pictorial Museum, 1845.