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Lugares emblemáticos en Lewes District

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“The Beautiful historic coastal village of Rottingdean is a Half an hour walk away or just a few minutes by car. There is lots of history and Notably the painter Sir Edward Burne-Jones and his nephew Rudyard Kipling, made it their home. Kipling's old house adjacent to Kipling Gardens is still standing, and the former house of the painter Sir William Nicholson is currently open to the public as a library and museum. There is also a 13th Century Church of Saint Margaret with notable graves. Of course its right by the beach, so you can head to the Sea and walk along the underpass all the way to Brighton Marina to City Centre, you can even Hire a BTNBike by the hour.”
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“In Rottingdean village, near the lovely duck pond. These are beautiful gardens; free entry and an almost hidden gem.”
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Sitio histórico
“From here you have wonderful views of the Seven Sisters and the lower Cuckmere Valley. There is a shingly beach and there are also many interesting rock pools. Park at South Hill Barn, BN25 4JS.”
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“You are likely to spend 2-3 hours wondering about a rather hidden gem. Impressive views from the ramparts - learn about how the fort helped defend England during times of war. Tea room/toilets available. £9-05 with gift aid £8-20 without Catch bus 12 from Eastbourne get off in Newhaven.”
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