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Pugin’s home

by Sue Dobson

Where?

Ramsgate, on the Isle of Thanet, the furthest east you can go in Kent.
 

Why?

Once a favourite for family bucket-and-spade holidays, the elegant Georgian terraces, Regency crescents, and fine harbour offer plenty of grown-up attractions.
 

What to see

The splendid harbour with its yacht-packed marina is the focus of the town. Designated a Royal Harbour by King George IV ...

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