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Norfolk Overview
One of the most rural counties in England dominated by grassy plains, unspoiled beaches, and gentle rivers
Norwich Overview
Considered the capital of East Anglia, Norwich is an important medieval city with a modern twist
Norwich Cathedral
One of the finest Cathedrals in Europe, dating from 1096
Norwich Castle
A Royal Castle and centre of Norman administration, now a museum of international importance
Norwich Elm Hill
One of the oldest streets in Norwich, containing genuine Tudor houses
Norwich Market
One of England's largest and most historic markets, surrounded by attractive buildings
Norwich Tombland
Tombland was the site of the Anglo-Saxon market place, now a popular location for restaurants and pavement caf├ęs
An attractive market town situated midway between the coast and the Broads
An unspoilt coastal village that used to be a busy medieval port
The Burnhams
A group of small villages surrounding the River Burn which were once home to Horatio Nelson
Cley Next The Sea
A lovely North Norfolk Coast village, famous for its windmill and nature reserve
A classic Norfolk seaside town, situated on a cliff-top, overlooking fine sandy beaches
A small village on the north Norfolk Coast, with a fabulous bay and one of the finest Palladian houses in England
One of the best preserved Georgian towns in England with plenty of unique shops
A retired fishing town, now a popular seaside resort and the starting point of the North Norfolk Railway
England's Nazareth, hidden in the North Norfolk countryside
Wells Next The Sea
Once a huge port, now a popular Norfolk tourist town
A North Norfolk coastal village which was of great interest to smugglers
The Norfolk Broads Introduction
A network of lakes and rivers, surrounded by lush, colourful scenery
An attractive market village situated at the gateway to the northern Broads
Great Yarmouth
Once a profitable fishing port, now Norfolk's biggest and best seaside resort
A picturesque waterside village looking pretty much the same as it did during the 1930's
A lovely broadland village with plenty of historic buildings and beautiful walks
An unspoilt East Norfolk coastal resort with a magnificent beach
An attractive east Norfolk coastal village, situated on a cliff-top overlooking fine sandy beaches
The only Broadland village with a chain ferry river crossing
Known as the Capital of the Norfolk Broads and boasting the world's largest village store
Castle Acre
A lovely rural Norfolk village, famous for its Castle and Priory
An east coast resort that actually faces west, with famous stripped cliffs
Kings Lynn
A historic port town in the west of Norfolk with links to Vancouver in Canada
An attractive small town with 18th century houses bordering a market place and surrounded by picturesque countryside
One of the mansions belonging to the British royal family, set in parkland in rural Norfolk
A traditional Norfolk market town overlooking a small lake
An attractive, historic market town with the massive towers of its Abbey set against greens fields of the Tiffey valley

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