File:St Paul's Cathedral, London, England - Jan 2010.jpg
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English: St Paul's Cathedral and the remaining tower of St Augustine, Watling Street, which was otherwise destroyed during World War 2. This is a HDR panoramic stitch, comprising 60 frames (3 exposures * 20 segments).
|Date||3 January 2010|
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|File change date and time||20:47, 4 January 2010|
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