Dunwich, England

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Dunwich, once a prosperous seaport and centre of the wool trade in the county of Suffolk in England during the early middle ages, was lost to the sea over a period of two to three hundred years. Little remains now but a village, the remains of an abbey and a building constructed as a hospice for lepers.

See also: Lost cities.