Saint Paul's Cathedral
Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London has been rebuilt several times over the centuries. The building of today’s cathedral began at the end of the 17th Century and lasted some 30 years. It was partly damaged in the bombing raids of the Second World War. The building is known above all for the monumental dome and for the many personalities who are laid to rest - such as Admiral Nelson, Florence Nightingale and Winston Churchill. In Saint Paul’s Cathedral, Filip Ceunen gives his own impression from his visit to this iconic building.