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Shakespeare's Resting Place
England

Shakespeare's final resting place is inside Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.

Holy Trinity Church marks both the beginning and end ofShakespeare’s life. He was baptized there in 1564, three days afterhis birth in Henley Street, and buried in the chancel after his death in 1616.

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