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Place Category: Feature
The constant growth of the Romanian community in the north-western section of London gave birth to a 20-year lease that made the Old St Andrew’s Church, Kingsbury, a Romanian Orthodox church. Designated a Grade I within the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest, it proudly adheres to the imposing standards of the Gothic architectural style. Protected by the Churches Conservation Trust, the church has six Grade II listed structures within the bounds of its yard and these are: a monument to William Frederick Ashton, the chest tomb of Joseph Finch, and, of course, four tombstones. Definitely a must-see!