Dover Roman Pharos
The Pharos on the Eastern Heights still stands in the grounds of Dover Castle. It is still 24 m high which is close to its original height. It is one of only three lighthouses to survive from the whole of the Roman empire.
The heavily restored Anglo-Saxon church of St Mary de Castro was built to the east of the Pharos and in the thirteenth-century an extra stage was added to the Pharos to turn it into a bell tower.
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