Old Royal Naval College
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A designated World Heritage Site, the striking Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London was designed by Christopher Wren, who was also the architect for St Paul’s Cathedral. Originally constructed as the Greenwich Hospital in 1712, following its closure in 1869 it became the Royal Navy College, until its closure in 1998. Today the site has multiple uses with the University of Greenwich and Trinity College of Music becoming tenants and some grounds and buildings open to the general public.