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(カンタベリーの中心通り)カンタベリー・ハイストリート Canterbury High Street

(カンタベリーの中心通り)カンタベリー・ハイストリート Canterbury High Street

Canterbury High Street is a street in Canterbury, England, the United Kingdom.

High Street (or the High Street also High Road) is a metonym for the concept (and the street name) of the primary business street (especially shops and stalls) of towns or cities especially in the United Kingdom and Commonwealth of Nations. It is frequently preceded unofficially by the name of its settlement. High Street is the most common street name in the United Kingdom (there are 5,410 High Streets as of 2009).

Canterbury High Street
Canterbury High Street
Canterbury High Street
Canterbury High Street

Canterbury High Street is one of a succession of streets running towards the southeast through the Westgate. The streets are flanked with many historic appearance buildings. Along the branch of the River Stour crossing the high street line timber-framed houses.

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral can be seen in the back of a lane crossing Canterbury High Street.

The Tower of St. George

The Tower of St. George (a surviving part of the remains of the medieval church of St. George the Martyr) stands on the southeastern extension street of High Street. The tower was probably built in the 15th century.

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