Highgate Cemetery is a famous funerary architecture located in Highgate, London. It is a home to spectacular statues of people, animals as well as angels, in different states of decay. The graveyard highlights the obsession of the Victorian era with ancient Egyptians, perhaps due to the fascination of both cultures with death. The cemetery's main walkway, Egyptian Avenue, has a couple of foreboding obelisks. The original Dracula by Bram Stoker is said to have been inspired by the ambient creepiness of the Highgate Cemetery while he was writing.