Suffolk’s county town is an extraordinary historical patchwork with more than 660 listed buildings from all periods of English architecture including 12 medieval churches. It was a prosperous trading port in the Middle Ages and near the docks, on the River Orwell, solid warehouses are evidence that it was later a busy port for coal and other goods. The Town Centre has an ancient but well-preserved street pattern, parts of which date back to the seventh century.
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