Canterbury At A Glance by John Brown

Canterbury At A Glance

byJohn Brown

Kobo ebook | September 1, 2012

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Of all the places I have covered in these UK guides, Canterbury is probably one of the most unusual. Unlike York or Chester, where there appears to be a set area of conservation and pedestrian access  surrounded by a ring road, thus, somehow clearly defining its boundaries Canterbury is very much a system of narrow roads and streets integrated within the public areas. There are of course set pedestrian spaces such as Buttermarket , High St and Mercery Lane, but there are also narrow streets that still allow traffic.
The whole area is kept in pristine condition, and is an ideal place to choose for your base in Kent.

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Title:Canterbury At A GlanceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 1, 2012Publisher:BookopediaLanguage:English

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