Bunhill Fields in London

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This small graveyard is a rarity in central London, and seems oddly tranquil in comparison to the nearby bustling streets of the City. Some 120,000 bodies are believed to be buried here - mostly dissenters - notable among them are the graves of William Blake, Daniel Defoe and John Bunyan. The watchful eye will notice that the paved way across the field is actually made up of tombstones.
Price: Free
Hours: Dawn-dusk
Address: Bunhill Rd
Directions: nearest tube: Old Street; bus: 55, 205, 243 (among others)
Url: http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/living_environment/open_spaces/bunhill.htm

Source wikitravel.org/en/London/City of London