Blythburgh was an important port in bygone times. Like many other river ports, it lost trade when its waterways could no longer cope with the increasing draughts of cargo ships. The church, situated on high ground above the river Blyth, and known locally as 'the cathedral of the marshes', presents an imposing landmark. It was entirely rebuilt in the mid to late 15th century on a massive scale. The large windows give a sense of light and awe to the interior.
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