Dane John mound :: Shared Description

Sitting just inside the city walls in Dane John gardens, a conical mound, rising 80 feet, which historical records date back to at least the 1st century AD.

Visitors can take a spiral path to the top where there is a monument, dated 1803, to Alderman Simmons, who paid for much of the landscaping in the gardens.
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15 images use this description:

TR1457 : Dane John, Canterbury by Stephen Craven
TR1457 : Dane John Pinnacle by N Chadwick
TR1457 : Canterbury - Dane John Mound by Rob Farrow
TR1557 : Canterbury Cathedral - central tower by Rob Farrow
TR1457 : Canterbury City Walls by Oast House Archive
TR1457 : Dane John mound by Oast House Archive
TR1457 : Dane John Mound by Oast House Archive
TR1457 : Canterbury - Simmons memorial silhouette by Rob Farrow
TR1457 : Dane John Memorial by N Chadwick
TR1457 : Dane John Mound by N Chadwick
TR1457 : City walls by Pin Hill by Oast House Archive
TR1457 : Dane John Mound by N Chadwick
TR1457 : Canterbury - Simmons memorial on Dane John Mound by Rob Farrow
TR1457 : Simmond's monument, Canterbury by N Chadwick


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Created: Sun, 20 Feb 2011, Updated: Sun, 20 Feb 2011

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