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  • Info Canterbury is a historic English cathedral city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, which lies at the heart of the City of Canterbury, a local government district of Kent in the United Kingdom.
  • However Canterbury went into administration after less than one year of the contract had been completed.
  • Canterbury remains, however, a relatively small city, when compared with other British cities.
  • Canterbury has previously been served by two other stations.
  • Canterbury, because of its religious history, had always seen a large number of pilgrims.
  • These people regarded the city of Canterbury as their capital.
  • In addition, a new main entrance was constructed at the back of the college on Canterbury Road.
  • Three years later Edward once more tried to secure the see of Canterbury for his favourite.
  • His parents lived in a council house in Canterbury until Redwood was four years old.
  • He is the last Archbishop of Canterbury to have died while in office.
  • Following this experience she wrote about it and took it to the Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • The Canterbury Building was built to house a growing number of students at the end of the 19th century.
  • The boys were all local to the Canterbury area.
  • In the event, Canterbury was chosen instead of London, owing to political circumstances.
  • Chilham was one of the villages around Canterbury where the majority of the film takes place.
  • She had never seen him prior to the wedding at Canterbury Cathedral and had never set foot in his kingdom.
  • They visited Canterbury first, and then were received by Offa at his court.
  • The boy attended The King's School, Canterbury, which was also difficult for him.
  • He then went on to college in Canterbury.
  • A short time later one of other settlers described him as "the worst man we have in Canterbury".
  • In his early college years he took up with the burgeoning musicians' scene in the Canterbury area.
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Meaning of Canterbury

  • noun A town in kent in southeastern england; site of the cathedral where thomas a becket was martyred in 1170; seat of the archbishop and primate of the anglican church