Churchyard Square, the cobbled street brimming with fourteenth and fifteenth century-medieval cottages, that winds around the churchyard of St. Mary’s (to your left) in Rye, East Sussex. I can’t decide if it’s Mermaid Street or Churchyard Square I love best about Rye; but I will know better WHEN I AM THERE IN ONE WEEK!!!!!!! (max 66 flickr)

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    Rye! This is the town that Tilling is based on in the Mapp and Lucia novels.
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