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File:South west tower of St Paul's Cathedral.jpg


English: The south west clock tower of St Paul's Cathedral in London, as viewed from the roof. Stitched from 7 frames.
Date 16 August 2010
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Author Julie Anne Workman

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51° 30′ 49.27″ N, 0° 5′ 54.50″ W

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