NorwichUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Member of the LHC since 2007
The history of Norwich goes back to the 8th century. By the time the Norman French invaded the City in 1066, it was one of the most highly populated cities in England and became the location for a Royal Castle - it has been described as "the finest secular building of its period in Europe". In 1096, the Normans commenced construction of the Cathedral which remains one of the most complete Norman building in Europe.