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Photographs of Tudor Houses in Suffolk

Suffolk is a county with many colour-washed and timber-framed buildings. Bull's blood, chalk, soot and charcoal were traditional pigments used to colour the limewash on houses.

Lavenham

Lavenham has been called "the most complete medieval town in Britain", a tribute to its fine collection of medieval and Tudor architecture. Most of the buildings in Lavenham today date from the 15th century, many of these were never altered

In the medieval period it was among the 20 wealthiest towns in England.

Nether Hall Farm, Cavendish
Ipswich
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