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LONDON — Guests to London’s Westminster Abbey shall be allowed to face for the primary time on the precise spot the place King Charles III shall be topped — although after the coronation. And they’re going to want to ensure they don’t have holes of their socks for the shoeless tour, meant to guard the abbey’s medieval mosaic flooring.

Abbey officers mentioned Friday that the part of the church’s flooring referred to as the Cosmati pavement, the place the coronation chair has been positioned for some 700 years, shall be on show throughout Charles’ crowning ceremony after being hidden away underneath carpets for many years due to disrepair.

The pavement space, usually roped off to the general public, shall be open to small guided “barefoot excursions” after the Could 6 coronation. Guests shall be requested to take away their footwear to keep away from put on and tear to the now-conserved flooring.

“Standing on the pavement and feeling that sense of awe of being within the central a part of the abbey is a extremely superb expertise,” mentioned Scott Craddock, head of customer expertise on the abbey. “It is going to give individuals the chance to really feel what it’s like being at that middle stage of the coronation.”

The intricate mosaic of marble, stone, glass and metallic, situated in entrance of the abbey’s excessive altar, was commissioned by Henry III within the 1200s and made by Italian craftsmen and English masons.

It’s the place English — and, later, British — coronations have taken place ever since, however the space was lined by carpet at many earlier coronations, together with these of Elizabeth II in 1953 and her father, George VI, in 1937.

It’s mentioned to be the most effective surviving instance exterior Italy of a uncommon sort of mosaic stonework referred to as “Cosmati,” after the Italian household which created it. The mosaic was restored to its former glory after a two-year conservation venture was accomplished in 2010.

“It’s a singular piece of artwork to Westminster Abbey but in addition to Britain itself — there are not any different mosaic pavements like this within the U.Ok.,” mentioned Vanessa Simeoni, the abbey’s head conservator.

Specialists from the abbey will information the excursions, which can run on some days from Could 15 to July 29.

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LONDON — Guests to London’s Westminster Abbey shall be allowed to face for the primary time on the precise spot the place King Charles III shall be topped — although after the coronation. And they’re going to want to ensure they don’t have holes of their socks for the shoeless tour, meant to guard the abbey’s medieval mosaic flooring.

Abbey officers mentioned Friday that the part of the church’s flooring referred to as the Cosmati pavement, the place the coronation chair has been positioned for some 700 years, shall be on show throughout Charles’ crowning ceremony after being hidden away underneath carpets for many years due to disrepair.

The pavement space, usually roped off to the general public, shall be open to small guided “barefoot excursions” after the Could 6 coronation. Guests shall be requested to take away their footwear to keep away from put on and tear to the now-conserved flooring.

“Standing on the pavement and feeling that sense of awe of being within the central a part of the abbey is a extremely superb expertise,” mentioned Scott Craddock, head of customer expertise on the abbey. “It is going to give individuals the chance to really feel what it’s like being at that middle stage of the coronation.”

The intricate mosaic of marble, stone, glass and metallic, situated in entrance of the abbey’s excessive altar, was commissioned by Henry III within the 1200s and made by Italian craftsmen and English masons.

It’s the place English — and, later, British — coronations have taken place ever since, however the space was lined by carpet at many earlier coronations, together with these of Elizabeth II in 1953 and her father, George VI, in 1937.

It’s mentioned to be the most effective surviving instance exterior Italy of a uncommon sort of mosaic stonework referred to as “Cosmati,” after the Italian household which created it. The mosaic was restored to its former glory after a two-year conservation venture was accomplished in 2010.

“It’s a singular piece of artwork to Westminster Abbey but in addition to Britain itself — there are not any different mosaic pavements like this within the U.Ok.,” mentioned Vanessa Simeoni, the abbey’s head conservator.

Specialists from the abbey will information the excursions, which can run on some days from Could 15 to July 29.

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LONDON — Guests to London’s Westminster Abbey shall be allowed to face for the primary time on the precise spot the place King Charles III shall be topped — although after the coronation. And they’re going to want to ensure they don’t have holes of their socks for the shoeless tour, meant to guard the abbey’s medieval mosaic flooring.

Abbey officers mentioned Friday that the part of the church’s flooring referred to as the Cosmati pavement, the place the coronation chair has been positioned for some 700 years, shall be on show throughout Charles’ crowning ceremony after being hidden away underneath carpets for many years due to disrepair.

The pavement space, usually roped off to the general public, shall be open to small guided “barefoot excursions” after the Could 6 coronation. Guests shall be requested to take away their footwear to keep away from put on and tear to the now-conserved flooring.

“Standing on the pavement and feeling that sense of awe of being within the central a part of the abbey is a extremely superb expertise,” mentioned Scott Craddock, head of customer expertise on the abbey. “It is going to give individuals the chance to really feel what it’s like being at that middle stage of the coronation.”

The intricate mosaic of marble, stone, glass and metallic, situated in entrance of the abbey’s excessive altar, was commissioned by Henry III within the 1200s and made by Italian craftsmen and English masons.

It’s the place English — and, later, British — coronations have taken place ever since, however the space was lined by carpet at many earlier coronations, together with these of Elizabeth II in 1953 and her father, George VI, in 1937.

It’s mentioned to be the most effective surviving instance exterior Italy of a uncommon sort of mosaic stonework referred to as “Cosmati,” after the Italian household which created it. The mosaic was restored to its former glory after a two-year conservation venture was accomplished in 2010.

“It’s a singular piece of artwork to Westminster Abbey but in addition to Britain itself — there are not any different mosaic pavements like this within the U.Ok.,” mentioned Vanessa Simeoni, the abbey’s head conservator.

Specialists from the abbey will information the excursions, which can run on some days from Could 15 to July 29.

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LONDON — Guests to London’s Westminster Abbey shall be allowed to face for the primary time on the precise spot the place King Charles III shall be topped — although after the coronation. And they’re going to want to ensure they don’t have holes of their socks for the shoeless tour, meant to guard the abbey’s medieval mosaic flooring.

Abbey officers mentioned Friday that the part of the church’s flooring referred to as the Cosmati pavement, the place the coronation chair has been positioned for some 700 years, shall be on show throughout Charles’ crowning ceremony after being hidden away underneath carpets for many years due to disrepair.

The pavement space, usually roped off to the general public, shall be open to small guided “barefoot excursions” after the Could 6 coronation. Guests shall be requested to take away their footwear to keep away from put on and tear to the now-conserved flooring.

“Standing on the pavement and feeling that sense of awe of being within the central a part of the abbey is a extremely superb expertise,” mentioned Scott Craddock, head of customer expertise on the abbey. “It is going to give individuals the chance to really feel what it’s like being at that middle stage of the coronation.”

The intricate mosaic of marble, stone, glass and metallic, situated in entrance of the abbey’s excessive altar, was commissioned by Henry III within the 1200s and made by Italian craftsmen and English masons.

It’s the place English — and, later, British — coronations have taken place ever since, however the space was lined by carpet at many earlier coronations, together with these of Elizabeth II in 1953 and her father, George VI, in 1937.

It’s mentioned to be the most effective surviving instance exterior Italy of a uncommon sort of mosaic stonework referred to as “Cosmati,” after the Italian household which created it. The mosaic was restored to its former glory after a two-year conservation venture was accomplished in 2010.

“It’s a singular piece of artwork to Westminster Abbey but in addition to Britain itself — there are not any different mosaic pavements like this within the U.Ok.,” mentioned Vanessa Simeoni, the abbey’s head conservator.

Specialists from the abbey will information the excursions, which can run on some days from Could 15 to July 29.

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LONDON — Guests to London’s Westminster Abbey shall be allowed to face for the primary time on the precise spot the place King Charles III shall be topped — although after the coronation. And they’re going to want to ensure they don’t have holes of their socks for the shoeless tour, meant to guard the abbey’s medieval mosaic flooring.

Abbey officers mentioned Friday that the part of the church’s flooring referred to as the Cosmati pavement, the place the coronation chair has been positioned for some 700 years, shall be on show throughout Charles’ crowning ceremony after being hidden away underneath carpets for many years due to disrepair.

The pavement space, usually roped off to the general public, shall be open to small guided “barefoot excursions” after the Could 6 coronation. Guests shall be requested to take away their footwear to keep away from put on and tear to the now-conserved flooring.

“Standing on the pavement and feeling that sense of awe of being within the central a part of the abbey is a extremely superb expertise,” mentioned Scott Craddock, head of customer expertise on the abbey. “It is going to give individuals the chance to really feel what it’s like being at that middle stage of the coronation.”

The intricate mosaic of marble, stone, glass and metallic, situated in entrance of the abbey’s excessive altar, was commissioned by Henry III within the 1200s and made by Italian craftsmen and English masons.

It’s the place English — and, later, British — coronations have taken place ever since, however the space was lined by carpet at many earlier coronations, together with these of Elizabeth II in 1953 and her father, George VI, in 1937.

It’s mentioned to be the most effective surviving instance exterior Italy of a uncommon sort of mosaic stonework referred to as “Cosmati,” after the Italian household which created it. The mosaic was restored to its former glory after a two-year conservation venture was accomplished in 2010.

“It’s a singular piece of artwork to Westminster Abbey but in addition to Britain itself — there are not any different mosaic pavements like this within the U.Ok.,” mentioned Vanessa Simeoni, the abbey’s head conservator.

Specialists from the abbey will information the excursions, which can run on some days from Could 15 to July 29.

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LONDON — Guests to London’s Westminster Abbey shall be allowed to face for the primary time on the precise spot the place King Charles III shall be topped — although after the coronation. And they’re going to want to ensure they don’t have holes of their socks for the shoeless tour, meant to guard the abbey’s medieval mosaic flooring.

Abbey officers mentioned Friday that the part of the church’s flooring referred to as the Cosmati pavement, the place the coronation chair has been positioned for some 700 years, shall be on show throughout Charles’ crowning ceremony after being hidden away underneath carpets for many years due to disrepair.

The pavement space, usually roped off to the general public, shall be open to small guided “barefoot excursions” after the Could 6 coronation. Guests shall be requested to take away their footwear to keep away from put on and tear to the now-conserved flooring.

“Standing on the pavement and feeling that sense of awe of being within the central a part of the abbey is a extremely superb expertise,” mentioned Scott Craddock, head of customer expertise on the abbey. “It is going to give individuals the chance to really feel what it’s like being at that middle stage of the coronation.”

The intricate mosaic of marble, stone, glass and metallic, situated in entrance of the abbey’s excessive altar, was commissioned by Henry III within the 1200s and made by Italian craftsmen and English masons.

It’s the place English — and, later, British — coronations have taken place ever since, however the space was lined by carpet at many earlier coronations, together with these of Elizabeth II in 1953 and her father, George VI, in 1937.

It’s mentioned to be the most effective surviving instance exterior Italy of a uncommon sort of mosaic stonework referred to as “Cosmati,” after the Italian household which created it. The mosaic was restored to its former glory after a two-year conservation venture was accomplished in 2010.

“It’s a singular piece of artwork to Westminster Abbey but in addition to Britain itself — there are not any different mosaic pavements like this within the U.Ok.,” mentioned Vanessa Simeoni, the abbey’s head conservator.

Specialists from the abbey will information the excursions, which can run on some days from Could 15 to July 29.

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LONDON — Guests to London’s Westminster Abbey shall be allowed to face for the primary time on the precise spot the place King Charles III shall be topped — although after the coronation. And they’re going to want to ensure they don’t have holes of their socks for the shoeless tour, meant to guard the abbey’s medieval mosaic flooring.

Abbey officers mentioned Friday that the part of the church’s flooring referred to as the Cosmati pavement, the place the coronation chair has been positioned for some 700 years, shall be on show throughout Charles’ crowning ceremony after being hidden away underneath carpets for many years due to disrepair.

The pavement space, usually roped off to the general public, shall be open to small guided “barefoot excursions” after the Could 6 coronation. Guests shall be requested to take away their footwear to keep away from put on and tear to the now-conserved flooring.

“Standing on the pavement and feeling that sense of awe of being within the central a part of the abbey is a extremely superb expertise,” mentioned Scott Craddock, head of customer expertise on the abbey. “It is going to give individuals the chance to really feel what it’s like being at that middle stage of the coronation.”

The intricate mosaic of marble, stone, glass and metallic, situated in entrance of the abbey’s excessive altar, was commissioned by Henry III within the 1200s and made by Italian craftsmen and English masons.

It’s the place English — and, later, British — coronations have taken place ever since, however the space was lined by carpet at many earlier coronations, together with these of Elizabeth II in 1953 and her father, George VI, in 1937.

It’s mentioned to be the most effective surviving instance exterior Italy of a uncommon sort of mosaic stonework referred to as “Cosmati,” after the Italian household which created it. The mosaic was restored to its former glory after a two-year conservation venture was accomplished in 2010.

“It’s a singular piece of artwork to Westminster Abbey but in addition to Britain itself — there are not any different mosaic pavements like this within the U.Ok.,” mentioned Vanessa Simeoni, the abbey’s head conservator.

Specialists from the abbey will information the excursions, which can run on some days from Could 15 to July 29.

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LONDON — Guests to London’s Westminster Abbey shall be allowed to face for the primary time on the precise spot the place King Charles III shall be topped — although after the coronation. And they’re going to want to ensure they don’t have holes of their socks for the shoeless tour, meant to guard the abbey’s medieval mosaic flooring.

Abbey officers mentioned Friday that the part of the church’s flooring referred to as the Cosmati pavement, the place the coronation chair has been positioned for some 700 years, shall be on show throughout Charles’ crowning ceremony after being hidden away underneath carpets for many years due to disrepair.

The pavement space, usually roped off to the general public, shall be open to small guided “barefoot excursions” after the Could 6 coronation. Guests shall be requested to take away their footwear to keep away from put on and tear to the now-conserved flooring.

“Standing on the pavement and feeling that sense of awe of being within the central a part of the abbey is a extremely superb expertise,” mentioned Scott Craddock, head of customer expertise on the abbey. “It is going to give individuals the chance to really feel what it’s like being at that middle stage of the coronation.”

The intricate mosaic of marble, stone, glass and metallic, situated in entrance of the abbey’s excessive altar, was commissioned by Henry III within the 1200s and made by Italian craftsmen and English masons.

It’s the place English — and, later, British — coronations have taken place ever since, however the space was lined by carpet at many earlier coronations, together with these of Elizabeth II in 1953 and her father, George VI, in 1937.

It’s mentioned to be the most effective surviving instance exterior Italy of a uncommon sort of mosaic stonework referred to as “Cosmati,” after the Italian household which created it. The mosaic was restored to its former glory after a two-year conservation venture was accomplished in 2010.

“It’s a singular piece of artwork to Westminster Abbey but in addition to Britain itself — there are not any different mosaic pavements like this within the U.Ok.,” mentioned Vanessa Simeoni, the abbey’s head conservator.

Specialists from the abbey will information the excursions, which can run on some days from Could 15 to July 29.

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