How Did Leeds Castle Get Its Name?

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The Leeds castle is located in Kent, England and was named after Ledian, the chief minister of King Ethelbert IV. It is one of the loveliest castles in England situated on two islands at the centre of River Len in Kent. Its history is traced to the ninth century when a Saxon lord was the first to build a foundation on one of the island in Kent.
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