Westminster Abbey is a gothic styled cathedral that contains the medieval shrine of an Anglo-Saxon saint in the center of the building. Westminster Abbey is known for containing the graves of over 3,000 people and for over a thousand years has been the site of the coronations and the mausoleum of kings, queens, and eminent citizens. Generally, the weather around this area is mostly rainy and cloudy.
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Westminster Abbey has been constructed and renovated many times over the centuries. For example, between the years 1042 and 1052, King Edward the Confessor began to rebuild the St. Peter's Abbey, as it was previously known, in order to make a royal burial church. In the year 1245, Henry III began to construct the present church because he had chosen it as the site for his burial. The Abbey also received two new towers on either side of its original design in the years 1722-45.
Westminster Abbey is located in the center of London, in the southern area of England.