John Bunyan – Bunhill Cemetery, London
It is fitting that the grave of the <i>Pilgrim's Progress</i> author (who died in 1688) features a carved representation of a pilgrim on its side. Bunyan is interred in London's Bunhill Fields Cemetery, which was <a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2011/feb/22/bunhill-fields-bunyan-defoe-blake" target="_blank">designated in the 1660s as a burial ground for Non-Comformist figures</a> (such as Daniel Defoe and Quaker George Fox). (Press Association via AP Images)

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It is fitting that the grave of the <i>Pilgrim's Progress</i> author (who died in 1688) features a carved representation of a pilgrim on its side. Bunyan is interred in London's Bunhill Fields Cemetery, which was <a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2011/feb/22/bunhill-fields-bunyan-defoe-blake" target="_blank">designated in the 1660s as a burial ground for Non-Comformist figures</a> (such as Daniel Defoe and Quaker George Fox). (Press Association via AP Images)
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