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Dunwich was a large medieval town and port. For hundreds of years, the North Sea has destroyed the land on the coast. This process is called coastal erosion. Because of this, over 90% of the buildings have been lost.
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- Neighbourhood Statistics
- Sear, D. A.; Bacon, S. R.; Murdock, A.; Doneghan, G.; Baggaley, P.; Serra, C.; LeBas, T. P. (2011), "Cartographic, Geophysical and Diver Surveys of the Medieval Town Site at Dunwich, Suffolk, England", The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 40 (1): 113–132, doi:10.1111/j.1095-9270.2010.00275.x