Temple Church was founded in the 12th Century by the Knights Templar a Christain military order from the Middle Ages. The area originally included a military compound and training ground for the knights. Temple Church garden is mentioned Shakespeare's play Henry VI and in Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code.
The church has a rare circular nave, a Norman door and 10 effigies of knights which lie in the old round church. Temple Church was restored by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London.
The Temple Church has excellent accoustics and has a thriving programme of choral music.
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