Public Art In Norfolk
Norfolk is a low-lying county in the East of England. The Queen's residence, Sandringham
House, is located in Norfolk. In 1665 the Great Plague wiped out around one third of the population.
Aviation played a very important role in the area during World War I and World War II with many
airfields being built around the coast as defence against Zeppelin raids and later bombers. Not surprising
there are numerous public art memorials dedicated to World War I and World War II.
Public Art In Great Yarmouth -
Featuring: Britannia Monument,
Public Art in Norwich - Featuring:
Edith Cavell Memorial, Norwich War Memorial, Norwich Boer War
Memorial, Sir Thomas Browne Statue,