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St. Margaret's Church in Westminster Abbey is the church of the British Parliament, more specifically, the parish church of the House of Commons dedicated to Margaret of Antioch.
St. Margaret's Church in Westminster Abbey is the church of the British Parliament, more specifically, the parish church of the House of Commons dedicated to Margaret of Antioch. Founded in the 12th century by Benedictine monks, it has commemorative windows painted over time to denote remarkable events in the church, such as the engagement of Henry VIII, execution of Sir Walter Raleigh and death of John Milton.
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