Although the giant lion sculpture in Trafalgar Square rises to the sky, there is no such huge area as the National Gallery of Art that people feel very magnificent. The church hides on the other side of the road and looks small. Perhaps no one would notice him except for the towering bell tower. He started construction in the 13th century, and now several Roman pillars can see that it has a long history, the top of the pointed hat can be seen in the distance.
It is the last vestige of St. Martin's Church. St. Martin's Church dates back to the 11th century.
St. Martin's Church is a 300-year-old Anglican church located in the northeastern corner of Trafalgar Square. The tall white bell tower is very striking. You can see the whole square and Buckingham Palace in the distance from the top of the tower. It's very good.
St. Martin's Church is located in the northeast of Trafalgar Square, London, behind the National Gallery of Art. It is a powerful church. The church was completed in 1726 by the famous architect James, but it has been a church since the 13th century. The church has eight huge Roman pillars on its front and a 56-metre-high spire on its top. As we approach it, the church looks even more magnificent and magnificent.
Is St. Martin's Church a church or a concert hall? There is a delicate mixture of Christianity and Islam, and if so, the church overlooks Trafalgar Square, near the Cross Station, itself is a very good place to get in and out of the subway. It is famous for its Conservatory of Music and regularly holds cheap concerts.
St Marten-in-the-Fields is an Anglican Church on Trafalgar Square. It was constructed in the early eighteenth century.
This charming old church on Trafalgar Square houses a well-regarded restaurant (which is a fund raiser for community outreach programs) and hosts an impressive music series. Check the schedule for its vast variety of concerts and recitals. We walked in during a free lunch time concert, when we needed a break from the crowds at the nearby British Museum.