My Sunday Photo - The Fifteenth Century Bookshop
A work meeting took me to Lewes in East Sussex this week, and I saw The Fifteenth Century Bookshop which I had to take a quick photo of.
I’m a sucker for history, and seeing a building that dates back several hundred years always captures my attention.
It’s not alone in Lewes, though. The town is a minefield of historic buildings and stories. You only have to wander up the High Street to see various plaques detailing major events that have happened nearby.
Oh, and in case you were wondering, the town name is pronounced “Lewis” rather than “Loos” - something that locals were quick to point out!
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