Canterbury [kæntəbəɹɪ] (from Old English Cantwaraburig for "(castle or city, location) of the people of Kent", lat. Cantuaria, dated the Germans Kanter Mountain, Kanter castle or Kantelberg) is a university town with 55,240 inhabitants (2011). It lies on the River Stour in Kent in southeast England and is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the center of the Anglican Church of England.