Cromer seafront, Norfolk , UK by Baz Richardson. The 14th century church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. The church has a tower of over 160ft and is the highest in Norfolk and serves as a landmark for shipping
Framlingham Castle, Suffolk, England. Henry VIII's daughter Mary sheltered at Framlingham during the attempt, in 1553 to put Lady Jane Grey on the throne. Later, as Queen Mary she visited the castle with her husband King Philip of Spain
Bury St Edmunds Abbey ruins, Suffolk, England, UK. In 1214, the Archbishop of Canterbury and 25 barons swore at the high altar that they would make King John sign the charter that would become Magna Carta. He signed it (under protest) at Runnymede the following year. The top and bottom photos show the high altar where the barons made their vow; the middle engravings mark the spot and list the 25 barons. The town’s motto is “Shrine of a King; Cradle of the Law”.
Norwich Cathedral, cloister and labyrinth - Norwich, England, UK - begun in 1096 and constructed out of flint and mortar and faced with a cream-coloured Caen limestone. A Saxon settlement and two churches were demolished to make room for the buildings. Completed in 1145 with the Norman tower still seen today topped with a wooden spire covered with lead.