Westminster Abbey is a Gothic Abbey church located in Westminster, London. It is the most noteworthy religious institution in the United Kingdom as it has been the traditional venue for coronation and also the final resting place for British monarchs over the years.
It has also been the venue for sixteen (16) Royal weddings since the year 1100.
The church is said to be over 1000 years old and welcomes over 1 million visitors annually.
King Edward’s Chair (or St Edward’s Chair), the throne on which English and British sovereigns have been seated during the coronation (crowning) ceremony, is now housed within the Abbey and has been used at every coronation since 1308.