The historical burial ground at Bunhill Fields is recognised as a Grade I listed historic landscape. The site was in use from 1665-1860 for, in particular, Nonconformists, including Blake, Bunyan, Defoe, George Fox and Isaac Watts.
The history of the site, including monuments have been preserved and the site includes a tranquil public garden, a perfect place to escape the busy city.
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