This post was most recently updated on March 15th, 2019
7. Durovernum Cantiacorum (Canterbury)
This world-famous city was once the capital of a Celtic tribe. After it was captured by the Romans, it was rebuilt and grew to 130 acres. The entire property was enclosed by a giant wall. Some parts still stand today including the original Roman gate. There is a Roman history museum on site that has many ancient mosaics, some dating from 2 AD.