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The skeletal remains of Charles Church stand as a stark reminder of the horrors Plymouth suffered during the Nazi blitz in World War Two.
Charles Church, built in 1641 and named after King Charles I, is the second oldest church in Plymouth, after St Andrew's...More
If recent reviewer Alan W is correct and this church is a thousand years older than we thought then it will probably be the oldest surviving building in the city.
In any event it stands as a marker and magnet for most the unimaginative, jarring...More
The seventh centary Charles Cross Church stands as a memorial to the German Blitz which reduced most of Plymouth City Centre to rubble in March 1941. The burnt out Church stands in The centre of one of Plymouths buisies roundabouts and although it can be...More
This lovely old church was bombed during World War II and has never been repaired. It is now situated in a small roundabout so you can walk or drive past it, but I don't think it is actually possible to visit it, just walk past...More
I am delighted that this historic landmark is being restored currently and really like the fact that it’s where it is in the centre of a roundabout.
Plymouth had a dreadful road network before the Second World War and this roofless Church is a reminder...More
Charles Church ,Plymouth ,stands as a reminder ,to the city and the nation ,of the dark days of WW2 ,and in particular ,the dates of the 21st and 22nd of march 1941 ,when death rained down from the heavens above ,in the form of bombs...More