Lewes, UK by S l a w e k - Enchantedengland: Lewes is one of the loveliest towns you will ever discover…there’s the fifteenth century bookstore, the Anne of Cleves house, excellent antique shops, and a castle
Lewes Castle, East Sussex
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The year old Barbican Gate, Lewes Castle, Sussex, UK. Built by William de Warenne, Earl of Surrey the brother in law of William the Conqueror (originally called Bray Castle). About 5 mins walk down from the chapel
Keere Street, Lewes, Sussex, a few steps away from the Tom Paine Chapelm, and with stunning views to the South Downs. The Prince of Wales (later George IV) reputedly once drove a coach and four down the street.
The Fifteenth Century Bookshop, Lewes, East Sussex, England. Fodor's Recommended: A wide collection of rare and vintage books can be found at this ancient, timber-framed building in the center of Lewes.
Mount Caburn is a 480-foot (146m) prominent landmark in East Sussex, England, about one mile (1.6 km) east of Lewes overlooking the village of Glynde. It is the highest part of an outlier of the South Downs, separated from the main range by Glynde Reach, a tributary of the River Ouse.