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GORLESTON-ON-SEA
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Invade a Roman fortress.

romanwall - Invade a Roman fortress. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
Burgh Castle, 5km west of Gorleston-on-Sea, is one of the best-preserved Roman structures in the country. It used to be on the coast, and played a pivotal part in defending 3rd century Britannia from perilous invaders from the North Sea. Explore the fortifications and, through the interpretation panels, discover the natural habitats that have long since replaced those of the Roman soldiers.
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GORLESTON-ON-SEA
NORFOLK
52.57301, 1.73069


Sunrise: 07:25
Sunset: 15:52
Weather: light rain, 12°C max, 10°C min


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