The cathedral city of Norwich prospered with the medieval wool trade. The Norman Cathedral and Castle can be seen for miles around as the landscape is particularly flat. It is a they say "a fine city, Norwich"
To the west of Norwich, between it and the sea, lie the Norfolk Broads. These wide shallow lakes are now believed to be the result of early man's digging for peat. The individual Broads are interconnected by rivers. The result is a paradise for boating holidays, which you can take on craft that vary from the traditional to the modern
The surrounding countryside is vary flat
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