Paul's Walk in Elizabethan and early Stuart London was the middle aisle of the fourth St Paul's, generally referred to as Old St Paul's, consecrated in 1240, London, England. St. Paul's was the centre of the London grapevine and "News-mongers", as they were called, gathered there to pass on the latest news and gossip. Those who visited the cathedral to keep up with the news were known as "Paul's-walkers".
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Dimensions:3613 x 4380 px | 30.6 x 37.1 cm | 12 x 14.6 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:30 January 2018
Location:Saint Pauls Cathedral, London, England
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From Old England : a pictorial museum of regal, ecclesiastical, municipal, baronial, and popular antiquities by Charles Knight 1845