The County of Kent
Lush countryside, renowned for its hop fields with the distinctive oast houses, orchards, open, rolling hills, miles of distinctive historical coastline including the famous White Cliffs of Dover, picturesque villages, historic castles, stately homes and gardens.
One of its most visited locations is, of course, Canterbury, made famous by Chaucer's 'The Canterbury Tales', and Canterbury Cathedral well known for the murder of Thomas Beckett.
Julius Caesar landed in Kent in 55 BC. The Roman army in the 1st century AD established a base at Richborough, near Sandwich, where Roman walls remain to this day.
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