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English: Capel-le-Ferne , the name of which derives from the phrase "Chapel in the Ferns", is situated near Folkestone, Kent. It has a population of approximately 2400. Perched on top of the White cliffs of Dover, its foremost attraction is the Battle of Britain Memorial, opened by the Queen Mother on July 9 1993 and dedicated to those who fought in the Battle of Britain between July 10 and October 31 1940. The Channel Tunnel runs underneath the northernmost part of the village.
village in the United Kingdom
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LocationDover, United Kingdom
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VIAF ID: 157367850

51° 06′ 13.32″ N, 1° 12′ 05.76″ E

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