EAST SUSSEX, RYE, HISTORICAL BUILDINGS AND UNION STEAKHOUSE
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On a recent visit to Rye in East Sussex, these are just a few images from what we saw, what surprised me was there was so many historical building that I just loved.
This is the Old Rye Grammar School that was erected in 1638 – that date – who can believe it !
This is the Town Hall. Then we decided to have some dinner. Our hosts had recommend the Union Steakhouse.
After we left we took in more of the town and it is such a quaint place.
And then we came across the Landgate which was built in 1329. This was one of four gateways built to fortify the town by the request of Edward III. This is the last one standing, there originally were gates and a drawbridge.
I really enjoyed my visit to Rye and hoping to visit more UK historical sites in the future !