Dover , Kent 

History , Culture, sea


Dover is a town and major ferry port in Kent,

South East England. It faces France across

the Strait of Dover, the narrowest part of

the English Channel, and lies south-east of

Canterbury and east of Maidstone. The

town is the administrative centre of the

Dover District and home of the Port of Dover.

The surrounding chalk cliffs are known as the White

Cliffs of Dover.



Population: 31,020 (2011), Shire county: Kent, UK parliament constituency: Dover, Postcode district: CT16, CT17

1) White Cliffs of dover 2) Sandy beach 3) Dover castle 4) Port of dover 5) Dover museum 6) Dover Western Heights

7) St Augustines Abbey 8) Roman Villa 9) Fan Bay deep shelter  10) South Foreland Lighthouse

The Diagram below illustrates the order of hierarchy that operates inside the embassy and Significant rituals carried out.


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