Most visitors to London go to the Tower of London. If they have time, they can also go to the Halloween Church. History begins in 670 B.C. It has not only picturesque scenery, but also enough ancient souvenirs. In the basement, there are some Roman roads, Gaul pottery and very ancient parish records.
Because it's small, it's not very noticed by tourists. It's near the Tower of London. It's worth seeing.
The Halloween Church is totally ignored by tourists, but its history is related to the tower, because it is the place where some executed prisoners are taken away and buried, but in the basement it is Roman ruins and relics, as well as Saxons, and most importantly free.
Telch's morning fog and reflection make it unique and unique. It is also the oldest church in Britain. It has a history of more than 1,000 years.
Go Downstairs! It is amazing
The attractions included in London Pass are actually free of charge. There is an extra exhibition of graves for 3 fat people. From the Thames River cruise boat, walk down the ferry of the Tower of London and you can walk for a few minutes. It was the first church in London and survived the London fire. Although it was small in scale, its architectural style is worth seeing.
Just behind the Tower of London, it doesn't look big. Time has nothing to do with it.
The interior of the church is mottled and dilapidated. You can see the big dome. The church is so beautiful. The building itself is a work of art.