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Apr 15, 2021

[Answer] Which building was undergoing real construction in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age"?

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...1. Buckingham Palace 2. Westminster Abbey 3. Windsor Castle 4. St. Paul's Cathedral




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St. Paul's Cathedral - When director Shekhar Kapur sought to film at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London for “Elizabeth: The Golden Age” (2007), he discovered that the 17th-century cathedral was undergoing restoration work. Instead of putting off filming or having a set built, Kapur improvised, providing the actual stonemasons and construction workers with costumes and real Elizabethan-era tools. The workers in the film cut real stones! In reality, “Elizabeth: The Golden Age” takes place in the late 16th century, while the current St. Paul’s Cathedral that we see today wasn’t constructed until 1675. The old St. Paul’s Cathedral would have been standing throughout Queen Elizabeth I’s reign, as it was later destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666.:


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