Lewes

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Lewes (pronounced "Lewis") is a town in East Sussex, England, UK. A battle was fought there in 1264.

Lewes has lots of restaurants, cafés, pubs, hotels, jobs, and lots more. This attracts lots of people to visit the Town in East Sussex.

Lewes has the most historical features of all of Sussex. In 2001 it had the population of 15,988 and it is still growing.

It had its own battle called Battle Of Lewes in 1264, during the reign of Henry III.