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The City Walls of Canterbury
founded in Roman times and
rebuilt in the 14th century.
Christchurch Gate, the
entrance to Canterbury
Cathedral.
The Buttermarket, It now holds
the War Memorial
.
The length of the wall was 1.5
miles. It was strengthened by
21 Watch Towers
.
The Gate to St. Augustine's
Abbey.  This gate was actually
built in 1390 AD.
The ruins of the Norman
(1059) church of St.
Augustine's Abbey
.
The grave marker for
Archbishop Augustine
(597-605) or St. Augustine
.
The ruins of St. Augustine's
Abbey founded in 598 AD
.
The remaining wall of the
Norman Augustine abbey
.
Canterbury Cathedral from the
park about the Augustine
abbey
.
The Ruins of the Augustine
Abbey
.
The Gatehouse to Augustine
Abbey
.
Walking along the pedestrian
Burgate street
.
Canterbury Cathedral begun in
602 AD by St. Augustine and
frequently updated until 1830.
Christchurch Gate from inside
the Cathedral Close
.
The nave of the Cathedral.
Rebuilt in the Perpendicular
style in 1410 AD.
The oldest window (1176 AD)
at Canterbury shows Adam
delving. Now a copy.
The altar and in the
background the Corona.
Stained Glass in the Corona
depicting events in St.
Thomas Becket's life
.
Corona was built as a separate
shrine for the a piece of
Thomas Becket's skull
.
A candle is left burning in
Trinity Chapel for St. Thomas
Becket
.
The tomb of the Black Prince,
Edward of Woodstock Prince
of Wales, (1330 - 1376)
.
The original Heraldic
achievements of the Black
Prince
.
A stained glass window with
the TARDIS in it
.
The view from under the
entrance arch to the Quire
through to the Corona.
The Western Window from the
entrance to the Quire looking
down the entire extant of the
Nave
.
Attached to the Cathedral is
the "Great Cloister" (12th
century).
The Chapter House of the 12th
century monastery
.
The Eastern end of the
Cathedral. The large stained
glass windows look in on the
Corona
.
The tower of St George's church,
is all that survived of the church
after the Baedecker Blitz in WWII.
Canterbury Cathedral.