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Canterbury Cathedral, where St Thomas a'Beckett was murdered. The saint my church is named after

Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury, Kent, is one of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England

Canterbury Cathedral Canterbury, Kent England.

Anglicanism One of the oldest and most famous Christian buildings in England is the Canterbury Cathedral. It is the Cathedral of the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, the Primate of all England and leader of the Church of England.

Canterbury Castle

Another really really old castle, the Canterbury Castle was built in the century. As with other castles, Canterbury Castle was added on to over the centuries. And while the castle is not intact anymore, it still is a wonder to behold.

The old Cemetery Gate.of Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England

The old Cemetery Gate.of Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, UK built in that now forms the entrance into the Kent War Memorial Gardens

Canterbury Cathedral! Beautiful city that I never want to leave! It is definitely worth a day to come here and see the oldest cathedral in all UK!  Plus it has the most pubs per square mile in all the UK :)

Beautiful city that I never want to leave! It is definitely worth a day to come here and see the oldest cathedral in all UK! Plus it has the most pubs per square mile in all the UK :)

The spiritual head of the worldwide Anglican communion, Dr Rowan Williams, delivers his last Easter sermon before he stands down as Archbishop of Canterbury later this year. He emphasises the importance of core Christian beliefs as the true test of the faith during the service at Canterbury Cathedral.

In pictures: Easter Sunday

Images from Easter celebrations around the world, as one of the holiest days in the Christian calendar is marked by different denominations.

St Botolph's church Boston has one of the tallest Medieval Towers in England. It is affectionately known as the Boston Stump. The name Boston is thought to be derived from Boston's town

St Botolph's church Boston has one of the tallest Medieval Towers in England. It is affectionately known as the Boston Stump. The name Boston is thought to be derived from Boston's town