London Guide / Historic Buildings
/ Southwark Cathedral
Built between 1220 and 1420 Southwark Cathedral lies on the south bank of the Thames. The Cathedral had many famous patrons including William Shakespeare and John Harvard, the founder of the American university. The Cathedral has undergone major regeneration for the millennium and now has a new exhibition "The Long View of London" which traces the history of Southwark through the centuries and offers unbeatable views of London through 360 degree's.
Address: Montague Close, London, SE1 9DA
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Nearest Tube: London Bridge
More historic buildings in London:
|Big Ben | Buckingham Palce | Eltham Palace | Greenwich Observatory | Kensington Palace | Southwark Cathedral | Spencer House | St Martin in the Fields | St Pauls Cathedral | The Monument | Tower Bridge | Tower of London | Westminster Abbey