The appearance of Canterbury, from whatever part approached, is exquisitely beautiful, and as we enter, symbols of its antiquity stare us in the face everywhere.
Gad’s Hill, (1 mile); Cliffe, (3 miles); Cowling, with its castle, (3¼ mile) – an embattled gateway forming a picturesque object.
Here is Mr. Charles Dicken’s Country House.
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The capital of Kent, on the Medway, and in a tract of land of great fertility, among orchards, hop grounds, and woodlands.
This ancient borough town, having been a British town before the Roman invasion, stands in a rich vale on the banks of the Medway.