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Kent is a [[county]] that covers the south east tip of [[England]]. Towns and cities include [[Maidstone]], [[Margate]], and [[Canterbury]]. Canterbury is the headquarters of the [[Church of England]]. On April 28, 2007 east Kent was struck by a magnitude 4.3 earth tremor.
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Kent is a [[county]] that covers the south east tip of [[England]], and is the closest part of England to mainland [[Europe]] (21 miles/34 km across the Straits of Dover). Towns and cities include [[Maidstone]], [[Margate]], and [[Canterbury]]. Canterbury is the headquarters of the [[Church of England]]. On April 28, 2007 east Kent was struck by a magnitude 4.3 earth tremor.
  
 
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[[Category:UK Counties]]

Revision as of 16:15, 16 July 2007

Kent is a county that covers the south east tip of England, and is the closest part of England to mainland Europe (21 miles/34 km across the Straits of Dover). Towns and cities include Maidstone, Margate, and Canterbury. Canterbury is the headquarters of the Church of England. On April 28, 2007 east Kent was struck by a magnitude 4.3 earth tremor.