An early design by Sir George Gilbert Scott, one of the UK's most famous and prolific (about 800 works) 19th century architects. Familiar works include the hotel at St. Pancras Station and the Albert Memorial. Pioneered as a restoration architect in "restoring" countless historic churches, before this field evolved into modern principles.
This is a monument to three important Protestant dissidents who defended their beliefs and paid by being burned at the stake by order of Queen Mary. An X marks that spot on Broad Street. This monument is behind the MacDonald Windsor Hotel on St. Giles St.
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