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CHARLES DICKENS PORTRAIT and in KENT

Rochester Cathedral. This is the second oldest cathedral site in Britain. The present building dates to 1080, and was built by Bishop Gundulf who was also responsible for the construction of neighbouring Rochester Castle. Both the cathedral and castle appear in Charles Dickens novels The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and The Pickwick Papers.
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Rochester Cathedral. This is the second oldest cathedral site in Britain. The present building dates to 1080, and was built by Bishop Gundulf who was also responsible for the construction of neighbouring Rochester Castle. Both the cathedral and castle appear in Charles Dickens novels The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and The Pickwick Papers.

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From gallery: CHARLES DICKENS PORTRAIT and in KENT
Source: HOMER SYKES
Date: 19 Aug 2011
Location: KENT UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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