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  • Melissa Stocks

    Canterbury cloisters (Picture: Donald Davis)

  • Lonely Planet

    Canterbury Cathedral (England). 'Few other English cathedrals come close to Canterbury, top temple of the Anglican Church and a place of worship for over 15 centuries. Its intricate tower dominates the Canterbury skyline, its grandeur unsurpassed by later structures.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/southeast-england/kent

  • Timothy Harris

    Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England

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