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in Eastern England...
The East of England is based around the ancient kingdom of East Anglia.
The area is directly to the north of London, and has preserved much of its
unspoilt character, rural landscape, architecture and traditions.
The eastern counties of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex offer
a mix of gentle, undulating hills; little domesticated valleys; rolling
heathlands and the canal crossed wetlands of the fens and broads.
Cambridgeshire - The attractive, ancient University city of Cambridge,
noted for its historic colleges, has lots of interesting places to visit,
and a grace and charm that makes for delightful stay. The ancient city of
Ely occupies the largest island in the Fens. Visitors can explore the ancient
buildings and medieval gateways, the Cathedral Close or Oliver Cromwell's
Norfolk - Visit the fine city of Norwich, with its historic buildings,
cathedral, castle and great shopping. The coastline comprises unspoilt beaches,
saltmarshes, cliffs, flint villages and nature reserves.
Suffolk - Suffolk county is an area of outstanding coastline, rolling
rural coutryside, charming towns and villages and a wide range of quality
destinations. The coastal towns and villages along Suffolk´s 45 mile
stretch of the East Coast offer a variety of year round visitor enjoyment.
Essex - Colchester, the oldest recorded town in Britain, is the perfect
place for a family outing, with museums, park, castle, zoo, and shopping.
The seaside resort area of Clacton-on-the-Sea, has spacious sandy beaches,
with smaller villages, resorts and river creeks just on the doorstep.