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Bridgnorth is an ancient market town on a red sandstone ridge. The town is split in two by the River Severn into the “Low Town” and “High Town”
The Low Town is connected to the High Town by a winding main road, a cliff railway and flights of steep steps. The Low Town, on the banks of the Severn, has some attractive old houses, including Diamond Hall, built in the late 17th century by Colonel Roger Pope with the winnings of his horse Diamond. Also in the busy Low Town on the East of the river you'll find Cann Hall, where Prince Rupert stayed in 1642 and the old black-and-white house built about 1580, where Bishop Percy who wrote “Reliques of Ancient Poetry” was born in 1729, stands across the bridge by the old quay.
The High Town has a foreign air about it, with stepped streets lined by red-tiled houses with tall chimneys. The tower of the late Norman castle keep leans at 17 degrees from the perpendicular-three times the angle of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. There are views across the Severn from the walk around the castle grounds. The High Street has many 18th-century houses and inns, as well as earlier buildings. The Italianate parish church of St Mary Magdalene was built in 1794 by Thomas Telford, best remembered for his bridge engineering. It stands among Georgian houses in East Castle Street. The town hall was built in 1652 and incorporates materials from an ancient barn. The charm of Bridgnorth lies in the medieval atmosphere that pervades its streets of black-and-white houses.
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