Crypt of historic Greenwich church opens its doors

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Crypt of historic Greenwich church opens its doors

A 300 year-old church in Greenwich is opening its doors for people to explore its crypt.

The Grade I listed St Alfege Church was built in the early 18th century and was heavily damaged in World War II and is one of the key buildings within the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site.

It's recently had major restoration and is inviting visitors inside to take a look.

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