London Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey is actually a huge, mainly Gothic church situated just to the western side of the Palace of Westminster. It’s probably the most notable religious building within the UK and is the traditional site of coronation as well as burial for the English and, later on, the British kings. Most of the existing building dates from 1244 to 1272 while Henry III made a decision to rebuild a vintage abbey in the Gothic design. The building was afterwards considerably expanded: the Chapel of Henry VII was included in between 1502 and 1512, whilst the 2 West Front Towers date from 1745.