DPA Lighting enhances The Guildhall Crypts London

The Grade II crypts are the largest medieval crypts in London, with the remains of an ancient roman amphitheater located below the floor.

The Grade II crypts are the largest medieval crypts in London, with the remains of an ancient roman amphitheater located below the floor -

The Grade II crypts are the largest medieval crypts in London, with the remains of an ancient roman amphitheater located below the floor -

Built in 1042, the East Crypt is considered to be one of the earliest and finest examples of its kind. The West Crypt was built in the 12th century. Following the Great Fire of London (1666) it collapsed and was sealed; reopening in 1973 following extensive restoration. -

Built in 1042, the East Crypt is considered to be one of the earliest and finest examples of its kind. The West Crypt was built in the 12th century. Following the Great Fire of London (1666) it collapsed and was sealed; reopening in 1973 following extensive restoration. -