Stained glass window by John Hayward, St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London, England. This is known as the Mary window and depicts the Virgin Mary holding St Mary-le-Bow and shows other churches in London. This window dates from 1961 and was part of the restoration of the church after it was damaged in the Blitz of 1941. Sir Christopher Wren rebuilt this church after it was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666. True cockneys are said to be born within the sound of its Bow bells. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Stained glass window by John Hayward, St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London, England. This is known as the Mary window and depicts the Virgin Mary holding St Mary-le-Bow and shows other churches in London. This window dates from 1961 and was part of the restoration of the church after it was damaged in the Blitz of 1941. Sir Christopher Wren rebuilt this church after it was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666. True cockneys are said to be born within the sound of its Bow...
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