1. Christ Church Spitalfields
This symbol of baroque ‘n’ roll architecture was introduced in 1729. The structure is built from high quality white Portland stone, the one which is used to build St. Paul’s and Buckingham Palace. It is dominated by a strong 207 ft. three tiered tower, which was Nicholas Hawksmoor’s design. Despite all the trouble that Whitechapel has experienced, like Jack the Ripper on a killing spree or hipsters that filled the place with coffee roasteries, the church has still stood to remain a remarkable statement of religious intent.