The remains of St. Dunstan's Church stand as a testament to endurance through disaster and war. Originally built around 1100, modified in 1391 and 1631, it survived, although scarred, after the Great Fire of 1666. The later additions made in 1695-1701 by Sir Christopher Wren did not survive the Blitz of 1941, but in 1967, the remains were reinforced and made into the backdrop for the lovely garden that is now St. Dunstan's. It is a serene spot to visit, quiet in a bustling bit of London.
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