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Divine Intervention

t a former church in London’s Mayfair district, visitors can still partake in bread and wine, though less in the spirit and chardonnay. That’s because St. Mark’s, built by the Church of England in 1822 but deconsecrated due to dwindling congregations in 1974, has been given a new lease on life as (), an offshoot of the hip South London food market Mercato Metropolitano.

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