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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]] (20 miles/33 km across the Strait of Dover).<ref>The Strait of Dover [http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/NewImages/images_topic.php3?topic=oceans&img_id=17367 Earth Observatory/NASA] Accessed July 16 2007</ref> 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.
 
Kent is a [[county]] that covers the south east tip of [[England]], and is the closest part of England to mainland [[Europe]] (20 miles/33 km across the Strait of Dover).<ref>The Strait of Dover [http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/NewImages/images_topic.php3?topic=oceans&img_id=17367 Earth Observatory/NASA] Accessed July 16 2007</ref> 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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The legendary birthplace of [[King Arthur]] is in Kent, as well.
 
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Revision as of 16:35, 16 January 2008

Kent is a county that covers the south east tip of England, and is the closest part of England to mainland Europe (20 miles/33 km across the Strait of Dover).[1] 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.

The legendary birthplace of King Arthur is in Kent, as well.

References

  1. The Strait of Dover Earth Observatory/NASA Accessed July 16 2007