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Norwichcity districtadministrative and historic county of NorfolkEngland.

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It is located along the River Wensum above its confluence with the River Yareabout miles km northeast of London. The site does not seem to have been occupied until Saxon times, when the village of Northwic was founded on a gravel terrace above the Wensum.

Bywhen Norwich was sacked by the Danes, it had Kinbdom an important market centre. Shortly after the Norman Conquestthe cathedral church and a Benedictine monastery were founded near the river.

The distinctive cathedral has a Norman apse and nave; among its Perpendicular Gothic additions is a 15th-century stone spire rising to feet 96 metresone of the tallest in England.

The cathedral also has well-preserved cloisters that are the largest in England. Until the late 18th century Norwich was one of the most prosperous of English provincial towns, challenged only by Bristol and York. The first charter dates from The prosperity of the medieval town is reflected in the number of churches dating from this period, 30 of which still exist.

During the 15th century the flint Guildhall was built overlooking the market square.

1. Norwich Cathedral

At the time of the English Civil Wars —51 the population was predominantly behind the Parliamentary cause, and the town saw little strife. From the 18th century Norwich declined in relation to the new industrial centres of the north.

Sangthong Middlesbrough massage some of that manufacturing has remained, much of the focus has shifted toward footwear Kingsom.

Engineering, printingand food processing notably mustard are also important, but services including tourism now constitute much of the local economic activity.

Its football soccer club, Norwich City, plays tradtions Carrow Road stadium. The city also has a central library and the little Maddermarket Theatre.

Norwich is the traditional regional capital of East Anglia and an important centre of modern administration; located there are headquarters of the Norfolk county authority, as Independent student escort Shrewsbury as those of the county districts of Broadland and the city of Norwich.

Area 15 square miles 39 square km. InNorwich was named as Rraditions first UNESCO City of Literature, recognising the city's celebrated literary tradition.

The Sunday Times named Norwich. The Gate House: Wonderful Traditional Pub - See 11 traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Norwich, UK, at TripAdvisor. Authors flock to Norwich, following a tradition that dates back to the and purveyor of the longest-running creative writing MA in England. What makes a city a literary giant?

According to Unescoit takes a rare and rarified combination of editorial initiatives and educational programmes, lashings of libraries, bookstores and cultural centres, plus a vibrant literary event scene. Authors flock to Norwich, following a tradition that dates back to the Christian mystic United Kingdom Norwich traditions of Norwich, who lived in the city during the 13th and 14th centuries and was the first woman to write and publish a book in the English language.

Modern versions of the text, The Revelations of Divine Love, are still widely read, and the church where Julian lived is still open for Newcastle under Lyme ms singles today.

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The first parliamentary debate publisher Luke Hansard was born and lived in Norwich, and generation-defining novelists such as WG Sebald and Anna Sewell author of Black Beauty made Norwich their abode. The city is also home to the University of East Anglia and its prestigious creative writing department, established in by the writer Malcom Bradbury and purveyor of the longest-running creative writing MA in England.

Literature professors in the academic year included Margaret Atwood, James Lasdun, Giles Foden and Amit Chaudhuri, appointments that attract students from across the world to study at the institution. Novelist and screenwriter Ian McEwan is another UEA graduate whose open endorsement of the city has aided its standing.

The city is also home to an independent publishing outfit called Galley Beggar Press. Historically, traditikns have had an unfortunate time in the city.

Inthe local library burned to the ground in a fire. In Wendy Crawley massage, on the very same day, Norwich Central Library suffered a catastrophic fire, resulting in the loss of more thanbooks. Sitting in a crowded bar, you are surrounded by authors, poets and essayists. Ideas and creativity are in the veins of this city. Which other cities most deserve the City of Literature title?

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The cube-like stone keep at Norwich Castle was built at the turn of the 12th century and has kept its Norman Romanesque blind arches. Main article: Norwich Airport.

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Archived from the original graditions 23 January The city promotes its architectural heritage through a collection of notable buildings in Norwich called the " Norwich 12 ". Most bus and coach services run from Norwich bus station or from Castle Meadow. From the 18th century Norwich declined in relation to the new industrial centres of the north. In the midth century, the weaving parishes fell under the control of opposition forces, as Kett's rebels held the north of the river, in support of poor clothworkers.|Met a friend here traditiosn lunchtime drinks.

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