Cathedrals in Suffolk, England.
The county of Suffolk is situated East Anglian with Essex, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire as its neighbours.
With a population of around 700,000, Suffolk is a beautful rural county with arable farmland, quaint sleepy countryside villages, a beautiful coastline and where the land becomes flatter, vast endless skies that kiss the earth.
The area consisting of the Suffolk Coast, Broads and Heaths is an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty" and for good reason. Whilst the county is largely quite low lying, one can enjoy the countryside typified in the famous painting, The Hay Wain, by Constable, the rolling heaths around the town of Newmarket in the west - famous as the home of Horse Flat Racing, The Sport of Kings and then there is Aldburgh, the perfect English seaside location.
You can also visit the picture box market towns and villages of Lavenham, Long Melford, Framlingham and Hadleigh, Bury St Edmunds with its close associations with The Magna Carta and Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk.
Suffolk has a rich heritage which can be discovered in many of its historic attractions and heritage sites including:- Framlingham Castle, Leiston Abbey, Sutton Hoo, Kentwell Hall, Palace House (Newmarket) and Otley Hall to mention just a few.
Cathedrals in Suffolk
Bury St Edmunds
St Edmundsbury Cathedral
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