In ancient times only kings and queens of England alone is buried in the church named Westminster Abbey in London. But if you visit the building that now, besides the tomb of the king and queen you can also see the tomb of statesmen such as Oliver Cromwell, scientists such as Isaac Newton, poets such as Geoffrey Chaucer and composers such as George Frideric Handel. Some of the tomb so simple, so will you Skip without knowing at all. You’re probably standing on the tomb of Lord Tennyson, located on the floor, while looking at the tomb of Chauser on the wall.
- But there is a large cemetery graves with beautiful monuments and even statues of people who are buried. You can also see statues that commemorate famous people, such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow who was not buried in Westminster Abbey.