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Canterbury Cathedral ‏@No1Cathedral  Nov 5 Just your average visitor to the Cloister

Canterbury Cathedral ‏ Nov 5 Just your average visitor to the Cloister

Canterbury Cathedral - this is where I had my university graduation ceremony in 2009

Canterbury Cathedral -- been there. Its crypt is even more amazing in another way. The main church was were important people came to be seen and the crypt is where all the praying happened. It has the most amazing atmosphere.

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Christmas is not Christmas for me without seeing Canterbury Cathedral all lit up at night with the Christmas tree and wooden nativity next to it. The Christmas lights are all twinkling up and down every street, and all of the shop windows compete to be the best (and I'm lucky enough to be one of the judges each year!) It takes less than an hour to get here with @se_railway from St Pancras, and this is honestly the most magical time to visit our great city which so many people don't think to…

Christmas is not Christmas for me without seeing Canterbury Cathedral all lit up at night with the Christmas tree and wooden nativity next to it. The Christmas lights are all twinkling up and down every street, and all of the shop windows compete to be the best (and I'm lucky enough to be one of the judges each year!) It takes less than an hour to get here with @se_railway from St Pancras, and this is honestly the most magical time to visit our great city which so many people don't think to…

Wonderful Canterbury. Just a short drive away. I remember the days when I visited the beautiful cathedral many times as a child, it was  so peaceful & so interesting. Now you have to pay to go inside as if it's a tourist attraction amongst hundreds of tourists. It's seems a sacrilege to charge people to enter a house of God. I haven't been inside now for over 30 years because if this. Such a shame. W

Canterbury (England) - Street in the Old Town. Nice city with a beautiful cathedral. I went with an audio tour of the cathedral as this plac.

Prince Harry with his father Prince Charles....NO WAY THAT IS HIS FATHER...BUT WHAT A LOOKER HE IS

An example to us all: Archbishop of Canterbury pays tribute to Queen's selfless service but hijacks ceremony to preach sermon on City greed, the environment and immigration

Prince Harry with his father Prince Charles arrive at Saint Paul's Cathedral for the Diamond Jubilee Thanksgiving Service

Welcome to Canterbury Cathedral - I wished I had time to walk from Southwark and attempt the Canterbury Tales... but I somehow do not think I have time... I will be attending evensong after I arrive in Canterbury on Sunday 21st September, 2014

Welcome to Canterbury Cathedral - I wished I had time to walk from Southwark and attempt the Canterbury Tales. I will be attending evensong after I arrive in Canterbury on Sunday September, 2014

Murder of St. Thomas Becket

Dec Archbishop Thomas Becket is martyred. Archbishop Thomas Becket is brutally murdered in Canterbury Cathedral by four knights of King Henry II of England, apparently on orders of the king.

Pilgrim badge in the shape of a rectangular carding comb, which is possibly a souvenir from the shrine of St Blaise at Canterbury Cathedral in Kent. St Blaise was martyred in the early 4th century by being torn apart by iron combs and then beheaded. Combs were used as his symbol and he became the patron saint of wool combers. Some of the relics of St Blaise were kept at Canterbury Cathedral in a shrine by the high altar. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th-15th century

Pilgrim badge in the shape of a rectangular carding comb, which is possibly a…

Part of a pilgrim badge, possibly from the shrine of St Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. This badge depicts a bishop or a saint wearing vestments. His right hand is raised in a gesture of blessing. His left hand is holding a staff. The figure’s head and lower body are missing. The figure may be that of St Thomas Becket. 13th-15th century | Museum of London

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Kate takes one last look at the crowds before entering the Abbey on the arm of her father, Michael Middleton.

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Duchess Kate takes one last look at the crowds before entering the Abbey on the arm of her father, Michael Middleton.

Report in local newspaper on 19th September 2013, marking the death of the cathedral cat at Canterbury last week.   Picture of him on my page here.

You will be missed lovely laptop! - Report in local newspaper on September marking the death of the cathedral cat at Canterbury last week.

Pilgrim badge in the shape of a gabled reliquary (container for a saint’s relics) from the shrine of St Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. The figures of Christ on the cross, the Virgin Mary and St John stand on the roof. Below the roof are four arches, each with a standing figure inside. The second figure from the left is holding a cross-staff and may be St Thomas Becket. Production Date: Late Medieval; early-mid 15th century

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