Chichester (1135) (4/10)

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Chichester is a cathedral city and parish town located within West Sussex that was founded by Roman settlers in the 1st century. Shortly after its foundation, it became a bustling hub for commerce and trade. The city itself retains some of its Roman architecture, including Roman baths which are preserved by the city’s local museum, the Novium. It was officially granted its charter in the year 1135.

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