Church of St Pancras
The 7th-century Church of St Pancras, the easternmost of three Anglo-Saxon churches at St Augustine's Abbey. It is the best-preserved of the three because it did not interfere with the Norman rebuilding of the abbey church: it continued to be used as a cemetery church. Note the reused Roman brick, which indicates the original Anglo-Saxon parts (it was renovated in the 8th and 14th centuries).
Credit: Holly Hayes