Pictures of Kent, England
Pictures of Kent, England
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Aylesford, Kent Crossing the River Medway, Aylesford's old bridge dates from the 14th Century.
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Aylesford, Kent crossing the River Medway, Aylesford's old bridge dates from the 14th Century.
Thames Sailing Barge Match. Three different classes of barge will race downriver from Gravesend, Kent, out into the Thames Estuary and then back up river for the finish
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Barge on The River Medway, Rochester, Kent, England
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Oast House, Cobham, Kent, England
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Oast house in Cobham, Kent - I would love to live here!
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Red House, Bexleyheath, Kent - The home of William Morris
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Iconic Arts and Crafts home of William Morris -- writer, artist, craftsman and socialist The only house commissioned, created and lived in by William Morris, founder of the Arts Crafts movement, Red House is a building of extraordinary architectural and social significance.
Red House in Bexleyheath in southeast London, England, is a major building of the history of the Arts and Crafts style and of 19th-century British architecture. It was designed in 1859 by its owner, William Morris, and the architect Philip Webb, with wall paintings and stained glass by Edward Burne-Jones.
The Red House - National Trust - Former home of William Morris
Dickens World - Chatham Maritime Museum, Chatham Dock Yards, Kent
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Livingstone Lodge, Kent, UK: is the UK's first overnight safari lodge and has 10 comfortable safari tents with proper beds, overlooking fields of wildebeest. An "out of Africa" night under the stars includes African fine dining and safaris guided by expert rangers. While the views are of the Kentish savannah, the animals are very real and the reserve is home to the largest breeding herd of black rhinos outside Africa.
Livingstone Lodge, Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Kent. All tents overlook the watering hole where a variety of African animals such as zebra, giraffe & rhino can be enjoyed close up as they wander in to drink - a magical experience with plenty of photo opportunities. #Glamping #LivingstoneLodge
Staplehurst, Kent is a large village and civil parish, situated south of Maidstone in Kent, England. The name Staplehurst comes from the Saxon words staple (meaning post) and hurst (meaning wood or clearing in a forest). The village lies on the route of a Roman road, which is now incorporated into the course of the A229. The county of Kent is home to several of those near and dear to us :)
Staplehurst Kent, England
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The King's Head - a traditional English pub meal served with chips
The King's Head pub in the snow (King Henry VIII)
The Nags Head pub
Staplehurst in Kent in the WINTER Snow
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Sissinghurst Castle Garden Kent, England
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Dover Castle, Kent England Dates back to the 13th Century
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Dover Castle, Dover, Kent, England, Great Britain, United Kingdom. This medieval castle looks out over the white cliffs, across the English Channel, toward France. It was founded in the 12th century and has been described as the "Key to England" due to its defensive significance throughout history. It is the largest castle in England.
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Art Deco glamour at Eltham Palace, London UK
Eltham Palace, we've been quite a few times nearby (Greenwich, Shooters Hill, Woolwich, but never heard of this stunning building.
Lullingstone Roman Villa Set in the attractive surroundings of the Darent Valley in Kent
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Lullingstone villa, Edenbridge, Kent
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Maunsell sea forts in The Thames Estuary. Picture is? fortified towers made of concrete on what look like metal legs. Decommissioned in the late 1950 - sighted at or near Whitstable at a place called Rough Sands ..see Wikipedia..hmmm
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Maunsell Forts. "These fortified English towers were operated by the Royal Navy and provided anti-aircraft fire against German air raids during World War II. Built in 1942, the sea forts were towed into the Thames Estuary and grounded in water no deeper than 100 feet."
The Red Sands Maunsell sea fort in the Thames estuary, off the north coast of Kent.
Red Sands army sea fort - one of several "Maunsell Forts" built off the coast of England during World War II as an anti-aircraft defense. It has been abandoned almost ever since.
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Sunrise at Dungeness by Louis Neville - "There is a remarkable and unique variety of wildlife living at Dungeness, with over 600 different types of plant (a third of all those found in Britain). It is one of the best places in Britain to find insects such as moths, bees and beetles, and spiders; many of these are very rare, some found nowhere else in Britain." - source Wikipedia - (some say the air is purer bacause of stringent controls on output from Dungeness nuclear power station nearby)
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Sunset at Prospect Cottage, Dungeness by Louis Neville -"Perhaps the most famous house is Prospect Cottage, formerly owned by the late artist and film director Derek Jarman. The cottage itself is painted black, with a poem, part of John Donne's "The Sunne Rising", written on one side in black lettering. The garden however is the main attraction. Reflecting the bleak, windswept landscape of the peninsula, Derek Jarman's garden is made of pebbles, driftwood, scrap metal and a few hardy plants". -W
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Littlestone, Nr. Dungeness, Kent, England victorian water tower
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Littlestone Water Tower - Kent, England
Littlestone Water Tower by Dave Godden
Ightham Mote - Ivy Hatch - Sevenoaks - Kent - England - Structural timbers of the house, have been dated to 1475
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Medieval manor house 'Ightham Mote', Sevenoaks, Kent. Structural timbers of the house, have been dated to 1475. Restored by American Henry Charles Robinson. Another reason to go is to visit the fabulous stately home 'Knole' the ancestral home of writer Vita Sackville-West.
Ightham Mote - Ivy Hatch - Sevenoaks - Kent - la estructura de las vigas de madera data de 1475
Ightham MoteSevenoaks, Kent, England.
Smallhythe Place - Smallhythe - Tenterden - Kent - England
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Smallhythe Place - Smallhythe - Tenterden - Kent, Ellen Terry's final home, now National Trust
Smallhythe Place - Smallhythe - Tenterden - Kent. The #actress Ellen Terry lived here and held #theatrical performances in the adjacent Barn.
Homes in Whitstable, a quaint seaside town in North Kent, England.
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Colorful houses in Whitstable, a quaint Edwardian seaside town in North Kent, England I would love to go there!
Whistable UK Cottages. They look like doll houses! <3
Colorful cottages in Whitstable, Kent, England • photo: steffanmacmillan on Flickr - What a pretty place to live!
The pink house please!
Exterior house color schemes gone candy. Fabulous homes in Whitstable, a quaint Edwardian seaside town in North Kent, England. Photo by Steffan Macmillan.
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Penshurst Place, Kent England. Originally a 13th century medieval and later Tudor fortified manor house. It has been expanded and modified many times.