Counties in the UK - (Suffolk)

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an old brick building with a clock tower in the middle of it's courtyard
The Sanctuary, Westgate, Thorpeness
an old building with flowers on the windows
DeVere House, Water Street, Lavenham
The fictional place of Harry Potter's birth.
an old farm machinery sits in front of a white house
Coast Guard Cottages, Shingle Street
an old stone church with a clock tower in the middle of it's graveyard
St Mary's Church, Stoke by Nayland
The most fascinating historic feature, however, is the beautiful 15th-century south door, carved to resemble a Tree of Jesse, or family tree of Christ.
black and white photograph of an old building with two storyed houses on the side
The Maltings is a late medieval hall house, extended in the 16th century with a pair of crosswings.
an old white building with many windows and people walking past it on a cloudy day
Lavenham Guild Hall
The Guild Hall has been called one of the finest timber-framed buildings in England.
row of old buildings with white and red trim
Tudor Houses in Nayland
The medieval village of Nayland lies in the Stour Valley, on the Suffolk border with Essex.
an old windmill in the middle of a field
Thelnetham Windmill
Thelnethem Windmill is a grade II listed tower mkll. It dates from 1819 and is one of only fouer preserved mills in Suffolk.
a boat sitting on top of a sandy beach next to the ocean with green algae growing around it
Chelmondiston Pin Mill
Pin Mill is a hamlet on the River Orwell on the Shotley peninsula. It LIes in the Suffolk Coast and Heaths area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
a black and white windmill sitting on top of a lush green field under a blue sky
Pakenham Wind Mill
Pakenham wind mill is a grade II listed tower mill which has been restored and is in working order.
a large white building sitting on the side of a road next to a lush green field
Pakenham Watermill
Pakenham Water Mill, built in the 1831 to replace a Tudor mill. The mill stands 5 storeys high, with a domed cap and fantail and 4 patent sails driving two sets of millstones. A gallery was added to the cap during restoration work in the 1950s.
an old cannon sitting in front of a castle
Orford Castle
Henry II built Orford Castle in the 12th century. The castle changed hands many times over the years and it was finally passed to English Heritage in 1962.
an old church with a steeple and graveyard in the foreground on a sunny day
Nayland St. Jame's Church
St Jame's church was built in the 1400 hundreds with the help of the wool and cloth trades.
an old church in the middle of a field with yellow flowers and trees around it
Mickfield Parish Church
black and white photograph of an old church with tombstones in the foreground on a cloudy day
Long Melford Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity Church is a medieval wool church built between 1467 and 1497.