St. Paul's, Deptford
historic church in Deptford, London, England, UK
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English St. Paul's Church
Built in 1720, it has been called A remarkable example of English Italianate Baroque.and often has classical concerts and organ recitals. John Betjeman is said to have called the church "a pearl at the heart of Deptford". Adjacent to the beautiful (and quite eerie at night) church yard is Albury Street, which has some fine 18th-century houses which were popular with sea captains and shipbuilders. Christopher Marlowe, (a contemporary of Shakespeare) was murdered in a nearby house, and buried in an unmarked grave in the churchyard of St. Nicholas, the ancient parish church. It's a short walk from Deptford train station, which opened in 1836, and is reputedly the oldest railway station in London, and the oldest suburban station in the world to survive on its existing site.
Italian Chiesa di St. Paul's (St. Paul's Church)
Costruita nel 1720 è stata descritta come un esempio importante di barocco inglese italiano. È facilmente raggiungibile a piedi dalla stazione dei treni di Deptford, che è stata aperta nel 1836 ed è la stazione londinese più antica e la stazione suburbana più antica al mondo che sia ancora in attività.