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The remains of St Augustines Abbey are just outside the city walls on the Eastern side. It was founded by St Augustine and King Ethelbert in about 597 and remains consist of ruinous walls and foundations. It is part of Canterbury's world Heritage site. It provided a perfect burial place for kings and archbishops.
Address: Longport Canterbury.
Directions: About a 1/4 mile East of Cathedral Close.
Phone: 01227 767345
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