Dracula graveyard, Church of Saint Mary 1110 AD, Anglican parish for Whitby, England, UK, Europe.
In Bram Stoker's famous 1897 novel, Dracula came ashore as a creature resembling a large dog who climbed the dramatic 199 Church Steps to the graveyard of Church of Saint Mary, shown here atop East Cliff, above Whitby at the mouth of the Esk River. The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin is an Anglican parish church serving the towns of Whitby and Ruswarp in North Yorkshire county, England, United Kingdom, Europe. Founded around 1110 AD, the church has a tower and transepts dating from the 1100s and 1200s, and interior dating mostly from the late 1700s. Seen on our England Coast to Coast hike day 13 of 14. [This image, commissioned by Wilderness Travel, is not available to any other agency providing group travel in the UK, but may otherwise be licensable from Tom Dempsey – please inquire at PhotoSeek.com.] This image was stitched from multiple overlapping photos.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download