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Reculver Towers South Reculver Kent England Uk
England
The Reculver Towers are the remains of a 12th Century Church, which was built on the site of a Roman fort. The Towers, next to the Thames Estuary, still stand, previously as they were an aid to navigation, but now under the auspices of the English National Heritage.
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