Canterbury (2) Location map
 
  Photograph of the Old Weaver's House, Canterbury, Kent, England  

The Old Weaver's House in St. Peter's Street.

This is built adjacent to one of the courses of The River Stour. The river splits as it approaches Canterbury and one course passes round the west side of the city whilst this one passes through the city.

 

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  Scene showing the Old Weaver's House, Canterbury, Kent, England   The Old Weaver's House seen from the 11th century King's Bridge over the River Stour.

This building was originally three houses and was supposedly built around 1500.

 

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  Photograph of a medieval hall house, Canterbury, Kent, England   Conquest House, Palace Street, Canterbury.

A medieval hall house which is purported to be where the knights, who murdered Thomas Beckett, met on the night of their infamous deed.

 

 

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  View of a 17th Century timber framed house, Canterbury, Kent, England   A 17th Century timber framed house known as the King's School shop.

This is one of the best known buildings in Canterbury probably because it leans so alarmingly.

 

 

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  View of Queen Elizabeth's Guest Chamber, Canterbury, Kent, England   Queen Elizabeth's Guest Chambers.

The building in the centre of the picture was originally the Crown Inn and Elizabeth I entertained the Duc d'Alencon here in 1573 hence the new name.

 

 

 

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