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Westminster Abbey / Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey is one of the main symbols of the United Kingdom and one of the most popular attractions in London. Under these Gothic arches of this ancient building for centuries coronations and royal wedding have been held. Here, within the walls of the abbey, the most famous people of England are buried, including Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Dickens and Sir Isaac Newton.

The History of Westminster Abbey, closely intertwined with the history of its country, began at the end of tenth century. Strolling through the dizzying symmetrical corridors of the temple, you can enjoy not only incredibly beautiful and rich interior decoration, but also its interesting story told by tour or audio guide. With their help, the abbey gallery will appear to be filled with the personalities of English history, the history that is embodied here in every stone.

Masses are still regularly held in the Cathedral’s Church of St. Peter and anyone can join them absolutely free. It is different with a visit to the museum of the abbey, including The Poets’ Corner. Visiting hours of this part of the church listed on its official website http://www.westminster-abbey.org/visit-us/opening-times. Also on the website the information on the prices of the tickets is available - http://www.westminster-abbey.org/visit-us/entry-charges.

Before you buy tickets at the box office and get inside, you will have to wait in the line, however it moves pretty quickly, despite the impressive flow of people, eager to see the miracle of Gothic architecture in the English version.
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