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In the old city of Rochester


Rochester is one of the oldest and most charming English cities. It was founded by the Romans who came here in 43 AD and built a fortress and a bridge over the River Medway.

Rochester is famous for its ancient castle, its magnificent cathedral, and its connection(s) with Charles Dickens.



Charles Dickens spent five of his childhood years near Rochester. As a boy, he explored every corner of the city.



When he became a writer, he often used the people and places of Rochester as characters and settings for his novels.



Much later, when he was world­famous, the novelist returned to the Rochester area and spent the last 13 years of his life nearby. The last words Dickens ever wrote were about Rochester ­ the city he loved so much and where he wished to be buried.



To honour the great Victorian author Rochester holds amazing festivals.



At the beginning of December Rochester plunges into the atmosphere of Victorian Christmas. Many people dress up in Victorian costumes and parade the streets and the Castle gardens. There are bell ringers, carol singers, street entertainers and colourful Dickensian characters.





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