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a town in Kent in southeastern England

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There has been a settlement at Canterbury - which was also known as Cantiacum and Durovernum in its time - since the Iron Age, but, now the capital of six districts, it has a population of 124,000.
Canterbury honors this past, even back to the bustling settlement the Romans called Durovernum Cantiacorum and the Saxons named Cantwarabyrig.