1966 February: Townscape Study, Diss, Norfolk
[ARCHIVE] Horseshoed around its mere, Diss is dominated by its church tower. Nothing should be allowed to upset this balance. Inside the town, the remarkable sequence from St. Nicholas’s Street to the Market Place, which falls through a series of squares, is unique
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