Religious Sites in The Southeast

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Religious Sites in The Southeast

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
All Saints Church
This modest 13th-century church holds one of the glories of 20th-century...
Religious Sites Royal Tunbridge Wells
 
Canterbury Cathedral
The focal point of the city was the first of England's great...
Religious Sites Canterbury
 
Chichester Cathedral
Standing on Roman foundations, 900-year-old Chichester Cathedral...
Religious Sites Chichester
 
Christchurch Gate
This immense gate, built in 1517, leads into the cathedral close...
Religious Sites Canterbury
 
Church of King Charles the Martyr
Across the road from the Pantiles, this church dates from 1678...
Religious Sites Royal Tunbridge Wells
 
Church of St. Mary the Virgin
At the top of the hill at the center of Rye, this classic English...
Religious Sites Rye
 
Eastbridge Hospital of St. Thomas
The 12th-century building (which would now be called a hostel)...
Religious Sites Canterbury
 
Guildford Cathedral
On a hilltop across the River Wey, this is only the second Anglican...
Religious Sites Guildford
 
Rochester Cathedral
Augustine of Canterbury ordained the first English bishop in...
Religious Sites Rochester
 
St. Augustine's Abbey
One of the oldest monastic sites in the country, this was the...
Religious Sites Canterbury
 
Waverley Abbey
One of the oldest Cistercian abbeys in England, this was an important...
Religious Sites Guildford
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