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Easy to find and not far from town center. Cool little sight to see, especially if you're into interesting historical places (or even just a Disney fan!)
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A wonderful piece of history. Very moving story and a beautiful backdrop near the water. Highly recommended.
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Lovely place and statue. You can see the tombs and statue. Near Gravesend town centre. Must go to :) Great for photography
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Native American Princess Pocahontas was on her way back to America in 1617 when she died on board the ship off Gravesend, Kent. She was taken ashore and buried in St George’s churchyard. The people of her native Virginia presented a statue to the people of Gravesend and there
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You probably know the story of Pocahontas from the Disney films, but her real-life story is far sadder. She was the daughter of a Native American chief and in 1607 she saved the life of settler John Smith in Jamestown, Virginia when he was about to be executed by her father. She
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