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Its location has led to the abundance of orchards and hop gardens, and Kent is traditionally known as "The Garden of England". In fact, South and East Kent rely heavily on tourism and agriculture. Coal mining also played its part in Kent's industrial heritage.

The hottest temperature ever recorded in the UK was in Brogdale near Faversham, which reached a sweltering 38.5 °C (which is 101.3 °F) and the county usually averages over 200 hours of sunshine every month from May to September.

The White Cliffs of Dover seem to reach up to the sky from the English Channel and as many know, these cliffs have great symbolic value in Britain and they face proudly out towards continental Europe.

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