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Frome, United Kingdom
[greejn, 26/04/2011] Lavenham is a village in Suffolk with a unique collection of half-timbered buildings from the 1500s and early 1600s, when it was an important centre for the Wool Trade. Such was the wealth generated by this trade that scores of beautiful houses were built, and the local church was one of the most impressive village churches in England, with a tower 43m in height.
Lavenham Guildhall is managed by the National Trust, and is from the 1500s.There is a tearoom, small courtyard garden, and shop, and a number of local museum exhibits on the farming and Wool Trade history of Lavenham. Parking is fairl