Westminster Abbey is a fine Gothic_ building, the work of many different hands and different ages. It was founded in 1049. The present day building was begun by Henry III. In Westminster Abbey the British monarchs are crowned and many are buried; and not only kings and queens, but also other famous Englishmen, statesmen, soldiers, men of letters and .artists. The Abbey contains the tombs of Charles Darvin, Isaac Newton, James Maxwell. It has it’s Poets' Corner, where many writers are buried: Geoffrey Chaucer, Ben Jonson, Charles Dickens, Alfred Tennyson, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling. Busts and statues of famous writers who are not buried here have been set up in Poets’ Corner: William Shakespeare, John Milton, Robert .Burns, George Byron, Walter Scott. The Chapel of Henry VII is perhaps the finest part of all Westminster Abbey, a great masterpiece of the English Perpendicular style. Built between 1503 and 1519 the chapel contains the name one of tombs of Henry VII and his wife. Downing Street, 10 is a small street leading to St. James's Park. It is not a very imposing street, yet by name one of the best known in London. There, nowadays, whatever party is in power, lives the Prime Minister, when in London. "No. 10“ is not only the London residence of the Prime Minister. It also houses his or her secretariat. That severe looking house known as No. 10, Downing Street, London, is over 200 years old. The Cenotaph is the monument erected in 1920 to commemorate the soldiers killed during the World War I. One can see the words on it "To the Glorious Dead". Nowadays this monument in Whitehall is also to be considered as the monument to the soldiers of the World War II. On Remembrance Sunday thousands of people lay wreaths to the Cenotaph in memory of those who defended the country from its enemies.