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Church of St Eanswith Brenzett
Church of Saint Augustine Snave
Part of the church dates back to the 5th century, making it Romano-British.
It is the longest parish church in Kent at 199 feet (61 m), and also has one of the tallest towers in the county at 132 feet (40 m) and is a Grade I listed building.
Church of St Thomas Beckett Fairfield
Church of Saint Peter and St Paul Dymchurch
Church of St George Ivychurch
Church of St Clement Old Romney
Church of St Mary the Virgin St Mary in the Marsh
Church of St Peter and St Paul Newchurch
Church of St Mary East Guldeford
Open 7 days a week, the visitor centre was built with straw bale walls and a green roof. Inside it has fascinating displays that depict the Marsh's natural and social history .
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An excellent collection of artefacts and a rotating collection make this little museum worth a visit.
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The sole survivor of four medieval churches in New Romney.
Church of St Dunstan Snargate
The Heritage Centre and Information Centre gives visitors an ideal introduction to the town.
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