I came across this little church, St Dunstan in the East, whilst I was out wandering around the City of London. The church was badly damaged in the great fire of London and then patched up with the addition of a Steeple designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
This time it was decided not to rebuild it and instead it was made into a park, and it makes a lovely place to relax and take some time from the hustle and bustle.
I went on a weekday lunchtime, so it was filled with office workers eating their overpriced Pret a Manger sandwiches. If you go at a weekend it is normally deserted.
There is, by the way, a St Dustan in the West, situated in Fleet street. That one fared a little better, receiving only minor damage in the blitz, and still stands today.