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- Westminster Abbey is a royal peculiar, not the seat of any bishop or a cathedral, but is led by a dean.
- Westminster Abbey was a constituency in the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
- Westminster Abbey is used for the coronation of all British Monarchs, who are also made the head of the Church of England.
- Westminster Abbey is one of the most famous, historic and widely visited churches not only in Britain but in the whole Christian world.
- Westminster Abbey is one of London's oldest and most important buildingsThe first London lasted for just seventeen years.
- It is situated just south of Lambeth Bridge, about 15 minutes walk from Westminster Abbey, Parliament Square and Big Ben.
- History Today - The novelist Fanny Burney has been honoured with a memorial window in Poets' Corner at Westminster Abbey.
- The marriage took place in Westminster Abbey on November 20, 1947.
- More than 2,000 people gathered for the service at Westminster Abbey.
- He died in London on November 21, 1695, and was buried under the organ in Westminster Abbey.
- In Britain, the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior was created at Westminster Abbey, while in France La tombe du soldat inconnu was placed in the Arc de Triomphe.
- On 28 June 1993 his memorial service was held in Westminster Abbey, attended by all the other members of the 1966 World Cup Team.
- Only 17 years old, Henry married his brother's widow, Catherine 11 June 1509, and on 24 June 1509, the two were crowned, at Westminster Abbey.
- William was buried in Westminster Abbey alongside his wife.
- The ruins of Battle Abbey, and the town of Battle, which grew up around it, remain.) William was crowned on Christmas Day 1066 in Westminster Abbey.
- Various difficulties made the poet's requested burial in Florence impossible, and his body was returned to England to be interred in Westminster Abbey.
- Newton died in London on March 20, 1727, and was the first scientist to be honored with burial in Westminster Abbey.
- The horse represented upon his monument, and that of Aymer DE VALENCE, both in Westminster Abbey, are examples of the practice.
- On the day of the wedding, Princess Elizabeth rode to Westminster Abbey with her father in the Irish State Coach.
- Garrick was the first actor to be granted the honour of being buried in Westminster Abbey, the second being Sir Laurence Olivier in 1989.
- William Vincent (1739–1815), was the dean of Westminster Abbey in London from 1802.
- Burges entered King's College London in 1839 and remained for four years before joining the office of Edward Blore, surveyor to Westminster Abbey.
- Benjamin Dean Wyatt (1775-1850), the son and pupil of James Wyatt, succeeded his father as surveyor (1813-27) at Westminster Abbey.
- The authorities would not sanction burial in Westminster Abbey, and there is neither bust nor statue of Lord Byron in Poets' Corner.
- Four years later, a memorial was dedicated to Lord and Lady Baden-Powell in Westminster Abbey.
- Just on the other side of Westminster bridge is Parliament Square where the House Commons (Parliament), House of Lords and Westminster Abbey are located.
- Neither a cathedral nor a parish church, Westminster Abbey is a 'royal peculiar' under the jurisdiction of a Dean and Chapter, subject only to the Sovereign.
- George and Mary's coronation at Westminster Abbey took place on June 22, 1911.
- Kolbe is one of ten 20th-century martyrs from across the world who are depicted in statues above the Great West Door of Westminster Abbey, London.
- Finally, his disinterred body was thrown into a pit, while his severed head was displayed on a pole outside Westminster Abbey until 1685.
- Diana's funeral took place in Westminster Abbey on 6 September 1997.
- The earliest surviving built memorial to Isaac Watts is at Westminster Abbey; this was completed shortly after his death.
- Four days later, the news was flashed around the world as a coronation gift of sorts to Queen Elizabeth II, who was crowned in Westminster Abbey on June 2.
- After an appropriate period of mourning has passed, the Sovereign is also crowned in Westminster Abbey, normally by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
- The Pope will visit the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace and pray with other Church leaders at Westminster Abbey.
- A previous article linked to a page which linked to the transcripts of three lectures given by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Westminster Abbey.
- Recently he took his campaign to the Scottish Parliament where he told MSPs that Edward I had been duped when he took the stone to Westminster Abbey in 1296.
- Archaeologists discovered the oak door in Westminster Abbey was put in place in the 1050s, during the reign of the Abbey's founder, Edward the Confessor.
- He was organist and choirmaster at Westminster Abbey and the Chapel Royal and the teacher of Henry Purcell.
- Principal organist at Westminster Abbey from a young age and later at the Chapel Royal, Purcell also wrote for the stage.
- Purcell is buried adjacent to the organ in Westminster Abbey.
- The remains of Queen Mary were later removed to Westminster Abbey by her son James I when he became King of England.
- Henry VI, the only king of England to be crowned outside of Westminster Abbey in the last 1,000 years, held his coronation ceremony at Merton Priory in 1437.
- Handel died in 1759 and was buried in Westminster Abbey, recognized in England and by many in Germany as the greatest composer of his day.
- The Sovereign is crowned at Westminster Abbey, as depicted in the above portrait of King Charles II.
- Henry III, a hundred years earlier, spent more on Windsor Castle than any other royal building project, save the rebuilding of Westminster Abbey.
- Richard I was crowned King in Westminster Abbey in November 1189, while he was already installed as Duke of Normandy, Count of Anjou and Duke of Aquitaine.
- In 1995, a plaque in his honour bearing his equation was unveiled at Westminster Abbey in London with a speech from Stephen Hawking.
- The only church that may fly a Royal Standard, even without the presence of the Sovereign, is Westminster Abbey, which is known as a "royal peculiar".
- Westminster Bridge and the Palace of Westminster, with a glimpse of Westminster Abbey behind the tower of Big Ben.
- Close to the Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey is Westminster School, one of the major English public schools.
- She unveiled the first national memorial to holders of the Victoria and George Crosses at a service at Westminster Abbey in London.
- Handel later died in London, England on April 14, 1759 and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
- In London the river flows past the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London.
- It has a large concentration of London 's historic and prestigious landmarks and visitor attractions, including Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey.
- Ideally located close to top tourist attractions such as the London Aquarium, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and the Imperial War Museum.
- Elizabeth's coronation took place in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953.
- The coronation ceremony takes place in Westminster Abbey.
- The Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey offered a place for Baden-Powell, between the graves of the Unknown Warrior and David Livingstone.
- The coronation itself takes place within the context of a church service, at Westminster Abbey, imbued with theological, as well as constitutional, meaning.
- Royal styles and titles Members of the Royal Family in the Royal box at Westminster Abbey during the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
- George IV decided, nonetheless, to exclude his wife from his coronation at Westminster Abbey, on 19 July 1821.
- She sat in the royal box at Westminster Abbey next to her sister-in-law Queen Mary and her niece the Princess Royal, Countess of Harewood.
- A memorial service was held for Heath in Westminster Abbey on 8 November 2005 which was attended by two thousand people.
- On 14 July his memorial service was attended in Westminster Abbey by over 2,000 people.
- A memorial service of thanksgiving for her life and work was held at Westminster Abbey on 8 March 2005.
- September 6 - The funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales takes place at Westminster Abbey, watched by over 1 billion people worldwide.
- In Normandy he was made Duke in Rouen in April 1199 and he was crowned King of England in May at Westminster Abbey.
- Edward the Confessor was brought up in Normandy, and in 1042 brought masons to work on Westminster Abbey, the first Romanesque building in England.
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