St. Peters Church (Canterbury)
St. Peters is one of the many old churches in the historic cathedral city of Canterbury.
It stands back charmingly from St. Peters Street, the main street of the city which is actually the Roman Watling Street, in its own little square.
Much of the church dates back to the 14th century, and is made largely of flint. Some of it, though, is Norman, so predates the murder of Thomas a Becket at Canterbury Cathedral.
There is a thin South West tower, as well as two piscinas and a rood loft opening.