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Old Romney St Clement's Church

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

Approximately 2.7 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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Ypres Tower and Gun Garden

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

Approximately 10.2 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 10.3 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 18.1 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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Dover Castle

Located in Dover, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 18.2 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 18.3 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 Castle Admiralty Look-out

Located in Dover, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 18.3 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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Dover St Mary in Castro Church

Located in Dover, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 18.3 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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Hastings East Hill Cliff Railway

Located in Hastings, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 18.5 miles away.

Said to be the steepest funicular railway in the United Kingdom. By Hastings Historic Fishing Beach (The Stade) within Hastings Old Town. Naturally, some very fine views on offer...

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Hastings Bluereef Aquarium

Located in Hastings, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 18.5 miles away.

In Hastings Old Town by Hastings Historic Fishing Beach (The Stade) and Hastings East Hill Cliff Railway. One of many 'Bluereef Aquariums' you'll find on the United Kingdom coastline...

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Fisherman's Museum

Located in Hastings, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 18.6 miles away.

Museum in former church that celebrates the local fishing industry. 'Fisherman's Museum. Formerly the Fisherman's Church 1854 - 1939. Reopened as a Museum 17th May 1956'. Backs onto Hastings Historic Fishing Beach (The S...

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Shipwreck Heritage Centre

Located in Hastings, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 18.6 miles away.

Hastings museum exploring the history of shipwrecks. 'Its aim is to illustrate the history of ships and seafaring in north­west Europe primarily from archaeological remains which have been rescued and preserved and which...

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Hastings Fishing Port

Located in Hastings, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 18.7 miles away.

The largest beach-based fishing fleet in England. Known as 'The Stade' which in Saxon means 'landing place'. Hastings was one of the five 'Cinque Ports' of Kent and Sussex (Hastings, New Romney, Hythe, Dover, and Sandwic...

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Hastings Beach

Located in Hastings, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 19.2 miles away.

Long pebble and shingle beach running from Hastings Pier down to Hastings Historic Fishing Beach (The Stade)...

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Hastings Pier

Located in Hastings, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 19.5 miles away.

Hastings Pier was opened in 1862. On the south coast of England in East Sussex. The pier is 910ft (275m) long. The Rolling Stones, The Who, Pink Floyd played here in the 1960s and 1970s...

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The Great Stour, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 19.9 miles away.

River running through the centre of Canterbury...

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St Leonards Queen Victoria Statue

Located in St. Leonards, East Sussex, South East England, England

Approximately 19.9 miles away.

Seafront statue by Warrior Square. Close to St Leonards Beach with views to Hastings Pier. Victoria was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India. Look carefully and you'll see a bulle...

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Canterbury Castle, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 19.9 miles away.

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

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Museum of Canterbury, Kent

Located in Canterbury, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 20.2 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 20.3 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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