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1846 – St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, Ontario

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Architect: William Thomas

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The seat of the Diocese of Huron of the Anglican Church of Canada, it was designed in the Gothic revival style by William Thomas and built between 1844 and 1846, replacing the previous church, which was built in 1834 and burned down in 1844. It is the oldest church in the city.

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