The church was originally built in around 1100.
It was extended in 1391.
It's first repair took place in 1631.
In 1666 the church was severely damaged, requiring a patchwork of repair, carried out between 1668-1671.
Various repairs took place throughout the ages, until the church was almost destroyed in 1941, when it was hit by a German bomb.
The church was designated Grade I listed on January 4, 1950.
Following the war it was decided that the church would not be rebuilt, standing as a ruin until 1967 when the City of London Corporation took it over. It was turned into a public garden, which opened in 1971.
|St. Dunstan-in-the-East tower.|
|St. Dunstan-in-the-East tower and steeple.|
|Looking through the window.|
|St. Dunstan-in-the-East church.|
|Looking through the windows.|
|The Shard through a ruined window.|
|Through the trees.|
|The view from the Nave.|
|The water feature.|
|Above the trees: the tower and spire.|
|The view from the church gardens.|