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BEKESBOURNE PALACE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  BEKESBORNE
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Site of an archiepiscopal palace, built in circa 1552 for Cranmer using buildings belonging to Christchurch, Canterbury and destroyed in the Civil War; only the gatehouse, now a cottage survives. Excavations uncovered Roman settlement debris. The present house is late 18th to 19th century in date. Scheduled.

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