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Thirteen things you might not have noticed in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 10:21 14 May 2016 | UPDATED: 10:21 14 May 2016

Looking over Norwich city centre from Britannia Road. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Looking over Norwich city centre from Britannia Road. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Archant Norfolk 2015

Unless you spend a lot of time looking up and down, you might not have noticed these thirteen things in Norwich.

• This fancy footwork on Upper St Giles Street.

• This cute little door just for fairies .

• The stamps in the Lanes in memory of lost Norwich pubs, like this one on Exchange Street celebrating the old Post Office Tavern.

• This bench in Heigham Park, which is there out of habit don’t you know.

• This little snippet of information on Golden Ball Street, just one of many Discover Norwich heritage plaques that are dotted around the city.

Looking around in Norwich: Discover Norwich fact on Golden Ball StreetLooking around in Norwich: Discover Norwich fact on Golden Ball Street

• This handy boundary marker on London Street.

Looking around in Norwich: Castle Fee BoundaryLooking around in Norwich: Castle Fee Boundary

• This interesting plaque along Riverside Walk.

• The royal stag that watches over Orford Hill.

Looking around in Norwich: Royal Stag on Orford Hill above Mango T restaurant.Looking around in Norwich: Royal Stag on Orford Hill above Mango T restaurant.

• This decorative lamp post near the market.

• These little guys that are holding everything together.

Looking around in Norwich: Sculptures on the Commercial Chambers in Norwich.Looking around in Norwich: Sculptures on the Commercial Chambers in Norwich.

• The intricacy of the design on The Royal Arcade.

• This wooden city built especially for birds at Cow Tower.

• The Riverside Walk badges that will help you along the route.

• What interesting things have you noticed in the city? Send your pictures to courtney.pochin@archant.co.uk

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