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The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt
Staunton Harold Hall is a large 18th century country house built by the Earls Ferrers, situated within the Staunton Harold Park in Leicestershire, which includes the 17th century Grade I listed Chapel of the Holy Trinity (Staunton Harold church). The Shirley family had lived in Staunton Harold for many generations. The present hall was originally a Jacobean building built for Robert Shirley, 1st Earl Ferrers as a family seat
Basilica of St-Denis - Paris, France
St-Denis Basilica - Paris, is notable for its Gothic architecture and for being the burial site of French monarchs, which makes it comparable to Westminster Abbey in England.The Abbey of Saint Denis was the burial site of the kings of France for centuries and has thus been referred to as the "royal necropolis of France." All but three of the monarchs of France from the 10th century until 1789 have their remains here. The abbey church contains some fine examples of cadaver tombs.