Norwich Streets and Alleys (2), Norwich, Norfolk, England
The junction of Red Lion Street and Rampant Horse Street, looking along Red Lion Street into Castle Meadow, with the castle showing in the distance. Don't you just love those street names?
This is normally quite busy with traffic but I've managed to catch it in a quiet spell whilst the traffic has been caught by traffic lights.
Gentlemen's Walk and the 15th Century Guildhall on the edge of the Market Place. The top of the building, built in 1410 looks very attractive with the chequered flint work.
This is on the edge of the market place which is just out of the picture to the left.
Bishopgate seen across the Medieval Bishop Bridge with the spire of the cathedral showing above the tops of the houses.
St. Gregory's Back Alley under the nave of the 14th Century medieval church in Pottergate. The city was so crowded with buildings in medieval times that the church had to be built across an existing path so in order not to completely block it they had to provide a tunnel under the altar to accommodate the path.
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