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Chatham, City Centre intro. Chatham, an historic naval city in the English county of Kent, offers a range of tourist attractions. It is also a great hub for touring the Medway region of northern Kent. The main destinations are easily reached from hotels in Chatham City Centre. The biggest tourist spot is the Historic Dockyard, where a museum illustrates the city's great heritage of ship building and all matters naval. A military history stretching back centuries is also a major feature of the city. The historic paddle steamer Kingswear Castle offers tours of the River Medway and England's South Coast. Remnants of defences dating back to both World Wars and earlier dot both the land and the sea. The 18th-century Fort Amherst sits just to the south of the Historic Dockyard. Nearby, Fort Clarence has been converted to apartments. Many other old fortresses have disappeared, with only some signs visible today, often only from the air. The islands in the Medway Estuary to the north are home to several old forts that once defended the area from attacks by the Dutch and the French.
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