The Westminster Abbey is one of the most churches in the country of England in the United Kingdom. It serves as the burial ground for prominent British political personalities with famous poets like Wordsworth and Shelley being put to rest over here.
Open on All Days of the Week
The Westminster Abbey remains open on all days of the week, and can be visited at any time of the day between nine in the morning and seven in the evening. The interiors of the church feature some beautiful stainless paintings that date back to the period of the Renaissance.
Photography Strictly Prohibited
Photography is something that is strictly prohibited inside of Westminster Abbey and those who engage in it are usually very heavily penalized with a hefty fine. There are no tickets to buy but on Sundays when mass is in progress one may be expected to pay a token amount in order to enter.
Easy to Access
Since the Church is quite centrally located, to get to it is not going to be difficult for any traveler to the city of London. One can make use of public transportation services in order to get to the church in a smooth and hassle free manner.
Magnificent Outer Appearance
What is striking about this church is its outer appearance which boasts of a combination of a Romanesque and baroque architectural style. The interiors are not lavish but have a quiet and elegant charm of their own.
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