Definition of Wren, Sir Christopher in English:

Wren, Sir Christopher

Line breaks: Sir Chris|to¦pher Wren
Pronunciation: /rɛn
( 1632–1723), English architect. Following the Fire of London (1666) Wren was responsible for the design of the new St Paul’s Cathedral (1675–1711) and many of the city’s churches. Other works include the Royal Observatory at Greenwich (1675) and a partial rebuilding of Hampton Court (1689–94).

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