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Cromer seafront, Norfolk , UK by Baz Richardson. The 14th century church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. The church has a tower of over 160ft and is the highest in Norfolk and serves as a landmark for shipping

enchantedengland: This is in Norfolk, a large, mostly rural eastern county in England that bulges out into the North Sea. Norfolk is notable for the Broads (a network of mostly navigable rivers in Norfolk and Suffolk), the historic city of Norwich, and the Queen’s residence at Sandringham House in Sandringham, amongst other attractions.

St Andrews church, Bircham Tofts, Norfolk

Norfolk Fakenham church

St. Mary Magdalene church, Mulbarton. Late 14th ancestors may have went here!

Anna Sewell (author of Black Beauty) was born in this house on Church Plain in Great Yarmouth, 1820.

Organ, Norwich Cathedral. Cathedral Church of Holy and Undivided Trinity. Diocese of Norwich. Built 1094

Church door at St Peter Mancroft. Norfolk, England.

Hunstanton, Norfolk also Known as Sunny Hunny ,a seaside resort that gained popularity as early as the 1860s. It still retains its Victorian character and remains a popular holiday location for all ages.

Worstead, Norfolk. England, gives its name to Worsted, a type of cloth made from wool and produced by Flemish weavers who settled in this part of Norfolk in the 12th century