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Dedham Vale is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Suffolk-Essex border. It comprises the area around the River Stour between Manningtree and Bures. Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a United Kingdom. ... Suffolk (pronounced SUF-fk) is a large traditional and administrative county in the East Anglia region of eastern England. ... Essex is a county in the East of England. ... The River Stour is a river in East Anglia, England. ... Manningtree is a town in Essex, England, which has merged with the port of Mistley, on the River Stour. ...

John Constable painted a famous oil painting named Dedham Vale in 1802. It now resides in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom. [[Image: ]] A self portrait by John Constable John Constable (June 11, 1776 – March 31, 1837) was a British artist. ... --69. ... The Cromwell Road entrance to the Victoria and Albert Museum The Victoria and Albert Museum viewed from Thurloe Square The main interior courtyard of the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2004. ... For other uses, see London (disambiguation). ...

External links

  • - Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley Countryside Project
  • [- Dedham Vale in Web Gallery of Art

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The Dedham Vale plan of the late 1960s stipulated that agricultural land should not be built on, (Footnote 14) and new houses have since been obtained by rebuilding on old sites, by infilling, and by converting industrial build- ings, such as Dedham mill in 1987 and a former tallow or candle factory in 1992.
Dedham was a fashionable holiday place from the 1890s, (Footnote 96) and the cycle agent recorded in 1898 and the refreshment room in 1912 presumably reflected increased tourism.
(Footnote 7) A Dedham saltpetreman in the service of the earl of Warwick was pillor- ied in Colchester in 1579 for insulting the earl of Oxford, (Footnote 8) and in 1580 a Dedham surgeon and a clothier were among those arrested for sup- porting the royal impostor Robert Mantell.
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