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Dedicated to Saint Stephen and sitting on Rosslyn Hill in Hampstead, deep within the bounds of London, St Stephen’s Church is something that should not be left out by any tourist meandering in its vicinity. Listed as a Grade I structure within the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest, it is no longer used for worship. However, during its glory days, it used to have a maximum of 1,200 worshippers (quite an impressive feat for a building of its size). What’s most interesting about it is that it was designed by master architect Samuel Sanders Teulon and he considered it his Magnum Opus – that’s saying something, since he had designed a massive total of 114.