View of St. Paul’s Cathedral | England Photo Spot

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View of St. Paul's Cathedral and London Skyline-Photo by Shawn M. Kent

There is a fantastic view of St Paul’s Cathedral and the surrounding cityscape at the top of the One New Change shopping centre.  The area is publicly accessible and does not require special access to shoot. Take the lift to the sixth floor and walk left as you come out of the lift. There is a large area where you can photograph from. However, tripods are not allowed, so be sure to bring a camera that can shoot at a high ISO or capture during golden hour and sunset.  This is a great view and is relatively unknown to most tourists. St Paul’s is an Anglican Cathedral in London that sits upon Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the city of London. The cathedral was built in 1710 and is the mother church for the city of London and its diocese. It is one of the most recognizable landmarks in London and its dome has dominated the city skyline for nearly 300 years. (London, England)