East Anglia, Land of the Iceni

Welcome to Norfolk and Suffolk - the original East Anglia - land of Queen Boudicca and the Iceni, and the only part of England to retain a link to its old name - Angliæ.



Photo Tours of the towns and villages of East Anglia

The Countryside

Famous Names Legends and products of Norfolk and Suffolk

Books and Films with local settings

Tourist Attractions of Norfolk and Suffolk

Events in Norfolk and Suffolk

Tourist Information

Maps of Norwich Norfolk and Suffolk

Links for anyone trying to trace ancestors

Web Links

Occassional news on happenings in the area

About the East Anglia, Land of the Iceni web site


Tourist Guide to East Anglia (Norfolk Suffolk) England
Woodland snowdrops

East Anglia is an area of contrasts.
From the Fens in the west, through the sandy heaths of Breckland, across the rolling landscape of Suffolk and Norfolk to the Norfolk Broads, Britains only wetlands National Park, and on to the sandy beaches on 120 miles of coastline.

And throughout the area, picturesque market towns and villages that can trace their history back to Saxon times and beyond.
And, of course, Norwich, the capital city, with its great Norman Castle and Cathedral.

A great area to explore, be it by car, bike or on foot.

Recent Updates:
Old City News update: 25 December 2004
Complete web site revamp following move from www.oldcity.demon.co.uk - uploaded 11 November 2004


Please Note: The East Angla, Land of the Iceni web site is an unofficial guide,
and not connected to the local Government or Tourist Authorities.



Text & Photographs Copyright © Ken Ward 1997-2004 (unless otherwise stated)
Updated 25 December 2004

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