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Canterbury is a city located in the county of Kent

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Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury from the Railway, 1842 (coloured litho on paper)

Canterbury from the Railway, 1842 (coloured litho on paper)
7394177 Canterbury from the Railway, 1842 (coloured litho on paper) by Unknown Artist, (19th century); 23x38 cm; Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, Telford, Shropshire

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Kent County Road Map

Kent County Road Map
A detailed map of the glorious county of Kent in England. Derived from high quality Collins Bartholomew map data showing larger villages

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Rochester Castle J860035

Rochester Castle J860035
ROCHESTER CASTLE, Kent. View towards the Norman tower-keep, built c.1127 by William of Corbeil, Archbishop of Canterbury, with the encouragement of Henry I

Background imageCanterbury Collection: High Street, Sturry, Canterbury, England

High Street, Sturry, Canterbury, England
High Street, Sturry, Canterbury, Kent, England. During World War Two Sturry was the most bombed village in England, and no building in this picture remains today.. Date: 1900s

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Marriage certificate, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Marriage certificate, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip
Marriage certificate of Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II) and Philip Mountbatten (Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: The Nave at St Augustines Abbey J990018

The Nave at St Augustines Abbey J990018
ST AUGUSTINEs ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Interior View. Reconstruction drawing of the nave of the abbey church by Peter Urmston

Background imageCanterbury Collection: The Library at St. Johns College, Oxford CC50_00824

The Library at St. Johns College, Oxford CC50_00824
LIBRARY, ST JOHNs COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The interior of the old library in Canterbury Quad, built in 1596-1601, showing rows of bookcases leading up to the large window at the east end

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Aerial view reconstruction drawing, St Augustines Abbey J920596

Aerial view reconstruction drawing, St Augustines Abbey J920596
ST AUGUSTINEs ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Aerial view reconstruction drawing of the monastic buildings c.1500 by Terry BALL (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: The Tabard or Talbot Inn DD97_00055

The Tabard or Talbot Inn DD97_00055
Tabard Inn, Talbot Yard, Southwark, London. A view of the courtyard with a wagon in the foreground and a group of people. The Tabard was an established inn during the Middle Ages

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral EAW004809

Canterbury Cathedral EAW004809
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL, Kent. Canterbury is the seat of the premiere Archbishop of the Church of England, and the Cathedral has attracted pilgrims from an early date

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Cloisters of Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England

Cloisters of Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral: viewed from across the fields

Background imageCanterbury Collection: St Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury (coloured engraving)

St Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury (coloured engraving)
972878 St Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury (coloured engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: St Dunstan (909-988), Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Medieval stained glass depicting the Cure of Eilward of Westoning, Becket Miracle Window 5

Medieval stained glass depicting the Cure of Eilward of Westoning, Becket Miracle Window 5, Trinity Chapel Ambulatory, Canterbury Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canterbury, Kent, England

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Chilham castle near Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Chilham castle near Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Old Weavers House, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Old Weavers House, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCanterbury Collection: The Burning Of Cranmer, 1556, (c1850)

The Burning Of Cranmer, 1556, (c1850). Thomas Cranmer was one of the first Anglican martyrs burned for heresy in 1556. Colour plate from Pictures of English History

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Westgate medieval gatehouse and gardens, with bridge over the River Stour, Canterbury, Kent

Westgate medieval gatehouse and gardens, with bridge over the River Stour, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Canterbury Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England, UK

Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England, UK

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Portrait of King Henry II of England

Portrait of King Henry II of England
6337224 Portrait of King Henry II of England by Rundall, Mary Ann (d.1839) (after); (add.info.: Portrait of King Henry II of England)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: PLIT2A-00107

PLIT2A-00107
Pilgrims embarking on their journey in Chaucers Canterbury Tales. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of an illustration

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Aerial image of city and cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Aerial image of city and cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Illustration and part of the text of Psalm 103, c1000-1050, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Illustration and part of the text of Psalm 103, c1000-1050, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Illustration and part of the text of Psalm 103, c1000-1050, (1947). Literal Illustration of the Text of Psalm CIII (CIV). Manuscript illustration showing Gods creations: valleys and mountains

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Westgate, Canterbury, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Westgate, Canterbury, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Westgate, Canterbury, 1898. Grade I listed Westgate, a medieval gatehouse in the city walls of Canterbury were built from Kentish ragstone c1379. From " Our Own Country, Volume VI"

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Edwy and Elgiva, (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers

Edwy and Elgiva, (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers
Edwy and Elgiva, (mid 19th century). Depiction of a scene from early British history: Queen Elgiva and King Eadwig are reproved by priests, possibly Archbishop Odo and/or Saint Dunstan

Background imageCanterbury Collection: St Dunstan and the devil, 1826

St Dunstan and the devil, 1826. Born in Glastonbury, Somerset, St Dunstan (c925-988) became Archbishop of Canterbury in 961

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral
circa 1950: An exterior of Canterbury Cathedral in Kent. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: St Augustines Abbey J970019

St Augustines Abbey J970019
ST AUGUSTINEs ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Reconstruction drawing of the first saxon church. Watercolour by Peter URMSTON

Background imageCanterbury Collection: The Weavers, Canterbury, Kent a019453

The Weavers, Canterbury, Kent a019453
THE WEAVERS, Canterbury, Kent. These timber-framed buildings on Kings Bridge were adapted in the 17th century for the looms of the Walloon weavers. The river was needed for finishing cloth

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Archbishop Thomas Cranmer

Archbishop Thomas Cranmer
3784939 Archbishop Thomas Cranmer; (add.info.: Archbishop Thomas Cranmer. Protestant reformer and Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Henry VIII)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales, The Pilgrims leaving The Tabard Inn (colour litho)

Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales, The Pilgrims leaving The Tabard Inn (colour litho)
5198825 Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales, The Pilgrims leaving The Tabard Inn (colour litho) by Haweis, Mary Eliza (1848-98); Private Collection; (add.info.: Geoffrey Chaucer)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Advertisement for the Seasalter & Ham Oyster Fishery Company

Advertisement for the Seasalter & Ham Oyster Fishery Company, producers of Whitstable Native Oysters, Whitstable
5996957 Advertisement for the Seasalter & Ham Oyster Fishery Company, producers of Whitstable Native Oysters, Whitstable, Kent (litho) by English School

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Danejohn Hill, Canterbury, Kent, 1829. Creator: James Baylis Allen

Danejohn Hill, Canterbury, Kent, 1829. Creator: James Baylis Allen
Danejohn Hill, Canterbury, Kent, 1829. The Dane John Mound, a former Roman cemetery, was converted into a motte-and-bailey castle in the 11th century

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Church of St Mary, Lambeth, London, 1831. Artist: Thomas Higham

Church of St Mary, Lambeth, London, 1831. Artist: Thomas Higham
Church of St Mary, Lambeth, London, 1831. The church stands adjacent to Lambeth Palace, the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Mill

Canterbury Mill
The Millers Arms pub and the Denne & Sons Ltd City Mills on St Radigunds Street in Canterbury, circa 1920. The Denne watermill burnt down in 1933. (Photo by Herbert Felton/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, with nativity diorama at dusk, Canterbury, Kent

Canterbury Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, with nativity diorama at dusk, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Pilgrims Way

Pilgrims Way
The Pilgrims Way, near Aylesford, Kent, England, which was used by pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. Date: 1950s

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Lambeth Palace C18

Lambeth Palace C18
View across the Thames of the residence of the archbishop of Canterbury : the shipping on the river includes a ferry carrying a carriage and its horses

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral, Kent

Canterbury Cathedral, Kent by J.C.T. Willis

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Plan of Canterbury Cathedral from the Eadwine Psalter, c. 1150 (vellum)

Plan of Canterbury Cathedral from the Eadwine Psalter, c. 1150 (vellum)
3086776 Plan of Canterbury Cathedral from the Eadwine Psalter, c.1150 (vellum) by English School, (12th century); Trinity College, Cambridge

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury: St Mildreds Church, West End (litho)

Canterbury: St Mildreds Church, West End (litho)
6025980 Canterbury: St Mildreds Church, West End (litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: St Mildreds Church, West End)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral, view from the cloisters (colour litho)

Canterbury Cathedral, view from the cloisters (colour litho)
966391 Canterbury Cathedral, view from the cloisters (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Canterbury Cathedral, view from the cloisters)

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury in Kent England. Canterbury is a historic

Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury in Kent England. Canterbury is a historic cathedral city in Kent, southeast England, on the River Stour

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Chilham Castle is a manor house and keep in the village of Chilham

Chilham Castle is a manor house and keep in the village of Chilham, between Ashford and Canterbury in the county of Kent, England The Norman keep of the Castle, the oldest building in the village

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Knole, near Sevenoke, in the County of Kent, formerly a palace belonging to the Archiep

Knole, near Sevenoke, in the County of Kent, formerly a palace belonging to the Archiepiscopal See of Canterbury, from Edward Hasted s, The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent

Background imageCanterbury Collection: Chaucers tomb, Westminster Abbey, London, 1912. Artist: Frederick Adcock

Chaucers tomb, Westminster Abbey, London, 1912. Artist: Frederick Adcock
Chaucers tomb, Westminster Abbey, London, 1912. The tomb of Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400), author of The Canterbury Tales. Many famous writers and poets are buried in the Abbey

Background imageCanterbury Collection: The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). A 19th-century version of Chaucers pilgrims from a manuscript of Lydgates Storie of Thebes



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Canterbury Collection

Canterbury is a city located in the county of Kent, England and is situated on the River Stour and has been an important religious centre since the 6th century. The city is home to Canterbury Cathedral, which was founded in 597 AD and is one of the oldest cathedrals in England and has been a major pilgrimage site for centuries and was visited by pilgrims from all over Europe. The city also boasts several other historic sites including St Augustine's Abbey, Westgate Towers and Canterbury Castle. In addition to its rich history, it offers plenty of modern attractions such as shopping centres, restaurants and bars as well as many cultural events throughout the year. With its beautiful architecture, vibrant culture and fascinating history, it's no wonder that Canterbury remains one of England's most popular tourist destinations today.
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