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Chillenden Post Mill

Located in Chillenden, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 7.1 miles away.

Built in the middle of the nineteenth century. Destroyed by a storm in 2003 and subsequently rebuilt. A 'post mill' is a windmill that can be turned on a post that supports it. The sails can always face the wind...

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Canterbury Castle, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.0 miles away.

The ruin of a Norman castle to the south west of Canterbury Cathedral World Heritage Site...

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The Great Stour, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.1 miles away.

River running through the centre of Canterbury...

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Museum of Canterbury, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.1 miles away.

Local museum exploring the history of Canterbury...

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Canterbury Cathedral World Heritage Site, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.1 miles away.

Founded in 597 by Augustine, its first Archbishop. Founded as a cathedral and Benedictine monastery. Refounded as a cathedral after the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Canterbury is the cathedral of the Archbishop of Can...

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Canterbury St Dunstan's Church, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.3 miles away.

Canterbury church next to Westgate Canterbury...

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Westgate, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.3 miles away.

One of seven medieval gates in the city wall controlling the flow of people in and out of the city...

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Dover Castle

Located in Dover, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.4 miles away.

Awesome Norman castle. Rare Roman lighthouse. Medieval and Napoleonic tunnels. WWII tunnels from which the evacuation of Dunkirk was planned. Dover Castle is a must for anyone interested in English history and architectu...

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Dover Castle Roman Lighthouse

Located in Dover, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.5 miles away.

Rare building from Roman Britain within the walls of Dover Castle. Built in the second century AD. Guided ships into the Roman port of Dover from continental Europe. Stands next to the Saxon Dover St Mary in Castro Churc...

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Dover St Mary in Castro Church

Located in Dover, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.5 miles away.

Dover St Mary in Castro Church is a Saxon church dating from around 1000 AD. Much restored by Giles Gilbert Scott in nineteenth century. It has the earliest door arch of any standing church in England. Built next to Dove...

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Dover Castle Admiralty Look-out

Located in Dover, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 8.6 miles away.

Offers the most spectacular views of Dover port. Watch boats move in and out of harbour. Stunning views of Dover town and beaches. Views across to the White Cliffs of Dover. In the grounds of Dover Castle...

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White Cliffs Of Dover

Located in Dover, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 10.3 miles away.

One of the UK's most famous sites. In the south east of England looking towards France. Part of the North Downs. Up to 300 feet high. The Kent town of Dover is situated towards the middle of the cliffs...

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Walmer Castle

Located in Walmer, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 11.7 miles away.

Built by Henry VIII to defend this stretch of the Kent coast from possible Catholic attack. Official residence of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. The Duke of Wellington died here in 1852. Museum in the castle. Manag...

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Romney Marsh Visitor Centre

Located in New Romney, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 14.1 miles away.

Area once covered by the sea. New Romney once an island. Large parts of marsh under sea level. Sea wall which stretches along this part of coast keeps high tide at bay...

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Old Romney St Clement's Church

Located in Old Romney, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 16.0 miles away.

There's been a church on this site since Saxon times. Existing building Norman with later additions. The tower is fourteenth century...

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Leeds Castle

Located in Leeds, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 22.7 miles away.

Located to the east of the village of Leeds in Kent. A castle has been on the site since the beginning of the twelfth century. Built on top of the Saxon manor of Esledes. King Henry VIII stayed here with Catherine of Ara...

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Ypres Tower and Gun Garden

Located in Rye, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 23.0 miles away.

Home to the Rye Castle Museum. Thirteenth century castle. Overlooks Romney Marsh and Rye Bay. Exhibitions and information on local history....

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Rye St Mary The Virgin Church, East Sussex

Located in Rye, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 23.0 miles away.

Climb the tower, breathtaking views of Rye and surrounding area...

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Bodiam Castle

Located in Bodiam, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 28.1 miles away.

One of the most dramatic castles in the UK. Built in East Sussex in 1385 during The Hundred Years' War with the French. Surrounded by a moat. Bodiam Castle is owned by The National Trust...

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Southend Pier, Essex

Located in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, East of England, England

Approximately 30.4 miles away.

Southend Pier is Southend's most famous landmark and is the longest pleasure pier in the world (1.34 miles (2.16 km)). The original opening was in 1830 and in 1890 the first electric trains ran the length of the Pier. In...

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