These resting places, quietly located in different parts of town throughout the year, offer not only places of remembrance for the living but also places to learn of the sad past of many britons.
English Style Tombstone
Westminster Abbey (also translated as "Westminster Abbey") is located in the British capital of London on the south bank of the Thames, southwest of the houses of parliament, was founded in 960 AD.Westminster Abbey is the church of the church of England, the hall for the coronation of Kings, royal weddings, and a state funeral.
Inside the church, there is a special chapel.It is special because the chapel is dedicated not to the monarch, but to the royal air force fighters who died in the battle of Britain.The chapel's stained-glass walls bear the insignia of 68 air squadrons that fought in the war.It injected a sense of virility and tragedy into the dazzling royal luxury.There is also the famous tomb of the unknown soldier from world war I (1920).
The "poets' corner" on the south wing of the hall of ears is the gathering place of the tombs for poets and writers.It was originally named for the burial of the 14th-century poet Chaucer and the Renaissance poet spencer.Later, famous English writers and artists, such as dickens and hardy, have built tombs or tombstones here.It also houses the tombstones of famous statesmen, militarists and scientists such as oliver Cromwell, Charles Darwin and Isaac Newton.Hardy's ashes were laid to rest in Westminster Abbey, but his heart, according to his will, was laid to rest in stinsford churchyard, near his birthplace.
Introduction to English style gravestones:
English style gravestones: