Book Description: Rightfully called "the garden of England," the county of Kent can boast of an impressive seacoast bordered by cliffs, small towns of infinite charm, and naturally rich and fertile soil in which greenery flourishes. Combining the best a guidebook has to offer with a history of how the region developed, a born-and-bred Kentishman relates a fascinating tale of a place filled with character and spirit. Breathtaking photographs show majestic landscapes, churches, manors, and farms, and nature at its wildest. 160 pages, 65 color illus., 51 b/w illus., 7 9/16 x 10 3/8.
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