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Norwich The Forum
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The Forum in Norwich was the East of England's Millenium Project.  It houses the public library, cafes, and a shop selling local merchandise.  The tourist information centre is also housed here as is Europes biggest free digital exhibition centre.  The large central space houses exhibitions of all kinds throughout the year.

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