By Kevin Newman
From the bustling seashore city of Brighton to snug chocolate-box villages resembling Amberley and the extraordinary Chichester Cathedral, this publication takes the reader on a desirable trip via industry cities, substantial landscapes and specified locations of remarkable curiosity. the attractive valley of Devil’s Dyke, the medieval Pevensey fort and the background of Norman Sussex draw numerous viewers and are between this number of Sussex websites that catch the nature and intrigue of the impressive county.
Breweries and shores, castles and museums and people scenes of bucolic splendour that proceed to draw artists, celebrities, photographers and writers are all the following in a lovingly painted photograph of Sussex this present day. In 50 gem stones of Sussex, historian, journey consultant and writer Kevin Newman explores fifty unmissable gem stones that make this southern county special.
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50 Gems of Sussex: The History & Heritage of the Most Iconic Places by Kevin Newman