Dunwich, Suffolk, UK
Dunwich although today is a small village has a lot of history. Over the centuries Dunwich has been a Roman fort, the capital of a Saxon Kingdom. During the 11th century it was a large port and market town on the east coast. All of it has been lost to the North Sea except for the ruins of the 13th century Franciscan friary on the edge of the cliff and Leper Hospital chapel in the present churchyard.
The Dunwich Museum explores this history.
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