Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine’s Abbey, and St Martin’s Church

Brief description

This site in Kent comprises 3 distinct areas: the cathedral, which is the oldest in England and a magnet for pilgrims and tourists alike, St Augustine’s Abbey – now a ruin in the care of English Heritage, and St Martin’s Church – a short walk from the other 2 and much less visited, this small church is the oldest in England.

Its probably one of the closest sites to where I live, so we’ve visited many times.

Unesco WHS list ref: 496


From my collection

I have too many cards to count! I share here one of each part of the site:




Cards to swap


Canterbury – 1

Canterbury – 2

Canterbury – 3

Canterbury – 4


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