Sir Christopher Michael Wren was one of the most highly acclaimed architects in English history. Following London’s great fire in 1666 he was given the responsibility for rebuilding 51 houses of worship. His masterpiece was St. Paul’s Cathedral which was completed in 1710.
Legend has it that one day the famed architect visited the construction site of this magnificent edifice. He was unrecognized by the workers so he walked around asking various men what they were doing. Continue reading