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All the chats in Kent

  1. Free chat in Saint Peters
  2. Free chat in Maidstone
  3. Free chat in Gillingham
  4. Free chat in Chatham
  5. Free chat in Royal Tunbridge Wells
  6. Free chat in Folkestone
  7. Free chat in Margate
  8. Free chat in Dartford
  9. Free chat in Canterbury
  10. Free chat in Gravesend
  11. Free chat in Sittingbourne
  12. Free chat in Dover
  13. Free chat in Tonbridge
  14. Free chat in Ramsgate
  15. Free chat in Herne Bay
  16. Free chat in Deal
  17. Free chat in Whitstable
  18. Free chat in Sevenoaks
  19. Free chat in Broadstairs
  20. Free chat in Swanley
  21. Free chat in Faversham
  22. Free chat in Longfield
  23. Free chat in Hartley
  24. Free chat in Swanscombe
  25. Free chat in Hythe
  26. Free chat in Sheerness
  27. Free chat in Snodland
  28. Free chat in Birchington
  29. Free chat in New Romney
  30. Free chat in Hawkinge
  31. Free chat in Paddock Wood
  32. Free chat in Sturry
  33. Free chat in Otford
  34. Free chat in Tenterden
  35. Free chat in Kemsing
  36. Free chat in Westgate on Sea
  37. Free chat in Rainham
  38. Free chat in Pembury
  39. Free chat in Stone
  40. Free chat in West Kingsdown
  41. Free chat in Staplehurst
  42. Free chat in Rusthall
  43. Free chat in Tankerton
  44. Free chat in Greenhithe
  45. Free chat in Sandwich
  46. Free chat in Aylesford
  47. Free chat in Wootton
  48. Free chat in Cranbrook
  49. Free chat in Meopham
  50. Free chat in Borough Green
Kent

Kent is one of the forty-seven counties of England, United Kingdom, with administrative capital in Maidstone, although the cultural and historical capital is Canterbury. Located in the southeastern tip of the country, in the Southeast region, it borders on the north with Essex, on the north and west with the North Sea, on the south with the Channel of the Channel and East Sussex, and on the west with Surrey and the Great London. It also has a "nominal" border with France in the middle of the Eurotunnel, the county occupies an area of ​​3736 km². The two towns with "city" status in the county are Canterbury, seat of the archbishopric of Canterbury, and Rochester, seat of the bishopric of Rochester.

However, in 1998 Rochester lost its official status as a city. The landscape is rugged and for its beauty Kent is also known as the garden of England. Agriculture in Kent is almost an industry in itself. In the eastern part of the county, several coal mines were exploited during the 20th century. Several ferries, the Eurotunnel and two British motorways connect the county with the European continent. There are also two airports, one in Manston and the other in Rochester, as well as several airfields. Brands Hatch is a race track venue for several international motorsport championships. Among the famous residents of Kent County is the writer Charles Dickens and the biologist Charles Darwin. Sir Winston Churchill also had a house in Kent.


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