01. Paternoster Square
The Square can trace its origins to medieval Paternoster Row.
02. Paternoster Column
Situated at the focal point of the Square, the 23.3m Paternoster Column is part of a ventilation system.
Heatherwick’s striking sculpture is a cunning disguise for two air vents.
The noon-mark casts its shadow to reveal what day of the year it is when viewed in strong sunlight at midday.
05. The Sheep & Shepherd
It is suggested that Frink’s sculpture is inspired by the mountainous region of Cervennes (France).
06. Temple Bar
Although outside of the City of London boundary, Temple Bar was one of the eight original City gateways.
07. St Paul’s Cathedral
Throughout its history the cathedral has remained a busy, working church where millions come to reflect and find peace.