The Lady Chapel
The Lady Chapel is found at the far side of the eastern wing of Westminster Abbey, a stunning piece of medieval architecture where King Henry VII and his wife Elizabeth are buried. Mary Queen of Scots was also laid to rest here and the beautifully decorated tomb is characterised with gorgeous stained glass and detailed carvings.
The fan-vaulted roof and unique architecture has been referred to as the ‘wonder of the world’ and is regarded as one of the finest chapels in the UK. Henry VII set the foundation stone in place in 1503 but it was some time until it was completed, as the king funded the entire project himself. The chapel has survived the ravages of time and looks as stunning today as it did many centuries ago.
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