Definition of Westminster Abbey in English:

Westminster Abbey

Syllabification: West·min·ster Ab·bey
The collegiate church of St. Peter in Westminster, London, originally the abbey church of a Benedictine monastery. Nearly all the kings and queens of England have been crowned in Westminster Abbey; it is also the burial place of many of England’s monarchs and other leading figures.

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