Burial ground 1665-1860 for, in particular, Nonconformists, including Blake, Bunyan, Defoe, George Fox and Isaac Watts.
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My new favourite spot either before work or during lunch to relax and enjoy the area. This is a great place to people (or squirrel) watch, take in the fresh air, and admire the (morbid) history with all of the headstones.more
The city of London is not a very peaceful place, so to find this little park was a breath of fresh air.
A bonus is it is a cut-through to white cross market, which is a street full of food vans, making it simple to have the convenience of ready-made food with the peace of a park.more
Delightful parklike resting place of William Blake, Thomas Hardy, Daniel Defore, among other English Nonconformists. I stumbled upon this whilst seeking another place entirely and spent some pleasant time contemplating graves.
This is a rare open space in the heart of the city. From City Road you walk in along a pathway, paved in stone, between the fenced off graves. Further back there's a large open area with benches around, great as a place to eat your lunch in the open air. There's some lovely trees, and some of the graves are worth a look
In fact its also historically significant. The name is thought to...more
Superkleiner unspektakulärer Friedhof.
Vielleicht so groß wie ein halbes Fußballfeld und nahezu ausschließlich mit Steintafeln als Grabsteine. Auch die Gräber von William Blake, John Bunyan und Daniel Defoe sind äußerst schlicht und kaum erwähnenswert.
Größe: sehr klein
Alter: 19. Jh.