DESTINATION SUFFOLK, ENGLAND
In the arts, Suffolk is noted for having been the home to two of England's best regarded painters, Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable - the Stour Valley area is branded as Constable Country - and one of its most noted composers, Benjamin Britten.
Bury St. Edmunds Abbey,
St. Edmundsbury Cathedral,
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Aldeburgh is noted for the internationally renowned Aldeburgh Festival of arts, which takes place at nearby Snape Maltings. The festival was created in 1948 by the resident and acclaimed composer Benjamin Britten. A popular weekend destination, particular attractions are the ancient Moot Hall ...
BURY ST. EDMUNDS ABBEY|
The Abbey of Bury St Edmunds was once among the richest Benedictine monasteries in England. Its ruins lie in Bury St Edmunds, a town in the county of Suffolk, England. To the small household of Benedictine monks who guarded the shrine the surrounding lands were granted in 1020 ...
Framlingham Castle is an important castle in the market town of Framlingham in the Suffolk Coastal District of Suffolk in England. In common with many other buildings in Suffolk, the main walls of the castle are built with flint. It is unusual, especially for a castle of the time, because it had no keep ...
Ickworth House is a country house outside Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. It is a neoclassical structure topped by a giant rotunda in a park laid out by Capability Brown. It is in the care of the National Trust, and, as part of the Ickworth House, Park & Garden property, is open to the public ...
Leiston Abbey, in Suffolk, England, was formerly known as St Mary's Abbey. It was founded in 1182 at Minsmere by Ranulf de Glanville, Lord Chief Justice to Henry II. The only remains of the old site are the ruins of the Abbey chapel. In 1363 the Abbey was transferred to Leiston ...
Lowestoft is a town in the county of Suffolk, England, lying between The Broads. Lowestoft Harbour heads towards North Sea. Lowestoft is the most easterly town in the United Kingdom, being home to Ness Point, the most easterly point of the United Kingdom and of the British Isles ...
ST. EDMUNDSBURY CATHEDRAL|
A church has stood on the site of edmundsbury since at least 1065, when St Denis's Church was built within the precincts of Bury St. Edmunds Abbey. In the early 12th century the then Abbot, Anselm, tried to make a pilgrimage along the Way of St. James to Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela ...
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