Westminster AbbeyThe Westminster Abbey
Being here makes me laugh, I like every single one of the days I spent in the abbey.
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Formerly known as the "wonder of the world", the magnificent and magnificent style of ancient Greek and Roman buildings, the spectral fans' ceilings and the high coloured window frames still thrill visitors today. It is a place of worship for literary enthusiasts, over 100 verses and authors are entombed here or have monuments such as William Shakespeare, Thomas Hardy, Charles Dickens, Ted Hughes, CS Lewis and Philip Larkin.
It still has its mediaeval tile floors - and was once used as a treasure trove. Coming to one of the abbey's choir chants every day, you will listen to our choir from its stands - a custom that goes back to the song sung by the founding friars of the monastery in the tenth cent.
This is one of the most lively parts of the abbey in the Middle Ages, where the abbeys lived most of their years. Our garden has been tended for over 900 years, concealed within the abbey area. Over the Great West Door of the Abbey there are ten sculptures of Christians who have given up their life for their faith.
Over 3,000 celebrities, among them monarchs and queens, authors, musicians, scholars, political figures and nobles, are funeral, memorial ized or commemorated in the abbey. Supporting our patrons and donators will help us to maintain the abbey and keep us open as a lively working cathedral.