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Norwich is the county town of Norfolk, in the East Anglia region of eastern England. It has a population of 121,600.[1] Norwich is an ancient cathedral city, and achieved great prosperity in the late medieval period, when it was a centre for England's wool trade with continental Europe, especially with the cities of Flanders. Today it is known as a tourist centre and as the home of Colman's Mustard.[2] The University of East Anglia is located on a campus site on the edge of Norwich.[3]

Famous Norvicians

Edith Cavell, British nurse shot by the German Army in Brussels in 1915 for aiding escaped British POWs.