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Norfolk is a low-lying and predominantly rural county in eastern , in the region known as . It has county borders with to the west, to the west and southwest, and with to the south.

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is in the county of Norfolk, in the .
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The is an historic and scenic area in the east of the county of Norfolk, close to the border and also extending into that county.
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, a two-cathedral city, is the capital city of the county of Norfolk, within the larger region of .
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is a market town in Norfolk. The town is named after the word for a clearing in an oak forest.
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is a town in Norfolk. is a market town situated between and with a population of around 10,000.
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is a market town in the heart of Norfolk. It has gained Cittaslow status With a population of around 5,000, the town is centred around the market place.
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is a small village in Norfolk. The village is located on the north Norfolk coast within the Norfolk Coast Area of Natural Beauty and the Norfolk Heritage Coast.
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is a large village in Norfolk. Situated approximately 10 miles north of , and 4 miles West of Holkham, is a busy and very large village attracting many tourists throughout the year.
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is a town on the North Norfolk coast famous for its crabs, fishermen and lifeboats.
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is a town in Norfolk, . , sometimes knows as East and not to be confused with West , has a population of around 18,000.
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is a town in Norfolk, close to the border with .
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is a market town in Norfolk. Recorded in the Domesday Book the village was small and …
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is a market town in Norfolk. Although generally known as , the area is more strictly Redenhall with is a small market town close to the River Waveney and close to the border.
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is a Georgian market town in Norfolk, .
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Old and are an adjoining town and village on the Norfolk coast.
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is the third largest town in Norfolk in with a population of 42,800.
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is a small town in Norfolk, 12 miles S of .
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is an Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty and district in Norfolk.
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is in Norfolk. Through the 13th and 14th centuries Flemish weavers settled in the town making it a centre for wool and weaving industries.
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is in Norfolk. The village lies on the River Thurne the .
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is a Norfolk town located six miles from , in .
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are villages in Norfolk. The two villages are 2 miles apart, both within the and on dykes connected to the River And.
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is a picturesque market town in the west of Norfolk.
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is a town in Norfolk, . is noted for being the birthplace of Thomas Paine, where a statue of him stands on King Street.
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is in Norfolk and in the .
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is a town on the Norfolk Coast is a village on the North Norfolk coast, part of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty The village is served by several roads.
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are towns in Norfolk. These are two separate towns on either side of the River Bure that have now expanded such that only the river now separates them; they are connected by a road, foot and rail bridges.
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is a market town in Norfolk, 9 miles SW of .
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