Westminster Abbey


The Abbey is world-famous as the resting-place of Britain's monarchs, and as the setting for coronations and other great pageants. Within its walls can be seen some of the most glorious examples of medieval architecture in London. It also contains one of the most impressive collections of tombs and monuments in the world. Half national church, half national museum, the abbey occupies a unique place in British national consciousness.
excerpt from
Eyewitness Travel Guides - London Millennium Edition

7 April 2001

West Front Towers

Westminster Abbey Front


North Entrance 
(from the side)

Westminster Abbey Left Front


North Entrance

Westminster Abbey North Entrance Left




Westminster Abbey North Entrance



Rob, Shelly & Suzy

Westminster Abbey Rob, Shelly & Suzy


Houses of Parliament spires
(view from Cloisters)

Westminster Abbey Spires Viewed from Cloisters


West Front Tower
(as viewed from behind)

Westminster Abbey West Front Towers Viewed from Cloisters





Westminster Abbey West Front Towers Closeup from Cloisters


South Transept

Westminster Abbey Southern Transept




Westminster Abbey Cloisters


Westminster Abbey Plaque

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