Not everyone knows that among ever so busy City of London sits a secret garden, placed in the ruins of St. Dunstan-in-the-East. I haven't been to the West one, however I likely walked past it at some point. The church, originally built in the gothic style, suffered both in the Great Fire of London and the Second World War, which caused some modifications. The most important one would be adding a steeple following the design of Christopher Wren Time and the persistent flora made of it a truly magical, hidden place in the middle of the buzzing hive that is City of London. Now you can come here to escape from the noise of busy streets and enjoy a moment of stillness.