Canterbury (disambiguation)

Canterbury is a city located in the county of Kent in southeast England. It is also the name of various other places and place-related terms, mostly derived historically from the above town:

Place names

In Australia

*Canterbury, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney
** Electoral district of Canterbury, an electoral district in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly
*Canterbury, Queensland, a small settlement
*Canterbury, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne
*City of Canterbury, New South Wales, a local government area of Sydney

In Jamaica

*Canterbury, Jamaica, a squatter suburb of Montego Bay

In New Zealand

*Canterbury, New Zealand, a region in the South Island
*Canterbury Plains
*Canterbury Rugby Football Union, the governing body for rugby union in the central Canterbury region

In the United Kingdom

*Canterbury Cathedral
*Canterbury (UK Parliament constituency)
*City of Canterbury, the local government district in Kent

In the United States

*Canterbury, Connecticut, a town in Connecticut
*Canterbury, New Hampshire, a town in New Hampshire
*Canterbury Park, a horse racing facility in Minnesota
*Canterbury School (Connecticut), a high school in Connecticut

Education

*University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
*Canterbury College, a number of colleges named thus
*Canterbury High School, numerous high schools named thus
*Canterbury University (Seychelles), unaccredited institution in the Seychelles

Other uses

*Province of Canterbury, a part of the Church of England
**Archbishop of Canterbury
**Dean of Canterbury
*"Canterbury" (album), a 1983 album by Diamond Head
*Canterbury of New Zealand, a New Zealand-based sports apparel company
*Canterbury scene, the British progressive music genre
*Canterbury (ship), the ship which transported William Penn and James Logan from England to Philadelphia in 1699
*HMS "Canterbury", several ships of the British navy
*HMNZS "Canterbury" (F421), a decommissioned New Zealand Navy frigate
*HMNZS "Canterbury" (L421), a multi-role vessel in the New Zealand Navy

*Bulldogs (rugby league team), an Australian rugby league team formerly known as 'Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs'
*"The Canterbury Tales", a 14th century collection of stories by Geoffrey Chaucer
*'Canterbury', a small piece of furniture made originally to house sheet music, also used for newspapers and magazines
*Canterbury - a five-piece band from Farnham.


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