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Place Category: Feature
Situated majestically upon Chester Square and lighting it up with its grandeur, the St Michael’s Church of Chester Square adheres to the scintillating standards of the Decorative Gothic architectural style (definitely not a style that you see around every corner). Erected in the same year as the square itself (1844), its exterior is made entirely of the renowned Kentish Ragstone. Designed by Thomas Cundy the younger, this fine religious structure is affiliated with the Anglican Church. Oh, and did you know that it is the more “lesser-known” churches of its parent city? Time to change that (wink)!