Temple Bar, London

Temple Bar was a ceremonial entrance to the City of London, located between Fleet Street and the Strand. The historic Temple Bar Gate was rebuilt following the Great Fire of London in 1666 to a design attributed to Christopher Wren, but it was finally dismantled in the 1870s. It was rebuilt as the entrance to Paternoster Square, next to St. Paul’s Cathedral, in 2004. In the nineteenth century, the Royal Courts were located just to the north of Temple Bar.


Latitude: 51.513687800000
Longitude: -0.111873700000