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.
Another ‘Great War’ memorial window depicting St Michael for the balance of justice, St George Patron Saint of England, and St Gabriel for Divine Power, holding a Palestine Lily, by Powell of Whitefriars, 1918.
King St Edmund the Martyr (c. 841 - 20 November 869/870) - in medieval times one of the Patron Saints of England. In many military campaigns, the banners of St Edmund, St Edward the Confessor and St George were flown by the English army.
Saint Cuthbert (c. 634 – 20 March 687) was an Anglo-Saxon monk, bishop and hermit, associated with the monasteries of Melrose and Lindisfarne in the Kingdom of Northumbria. After his death he became one of the most important medieval saints of England, with a cult centred at Durham Cathedral. Cuthbert is regarded as the patron saint of northern England. His feast day is 20 March.