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  1. Free chat in Norwich
  2. Free chat in Great Yarmouth
  3. Free chat in King's Lynn
  4. Free chat in Thetford
  5. Free chat in East Dereham
  6. Free chat in Bowthorpe
  7. Free chat in North Walsham
  8. Free chat in Downham Market
  9. Free chat in Diss
  10. Free chat in Attleborough
  11. Free chat in Watton
  12. Free chat in Hunstanton
  13. Free chat in Caister-on-Sea
  14. Free chat in Cromer
  15. Free chat in Fakenham
  16. Free chat in Sheringham
  17. Free chat in Swaffham
  18. Free chat in Aylsham
  19. Free chat in Brundall
  20. Free chat in Gorleston-on-Sea
  21. Free chat in Hemsby
  22. Free chat in Hethersett
  23. Free chat in Poringland
  24. Free chat in Heacham
  25. Free chat in Dersingham
  26. Free chat in Harleston
  27. Free chat in Long Stratton
  28. Free chat in Upwell
  29. Free chat in Horsford
  30. Free chat in Stalham
  31. Free chat in Spixworth
  32. Free chat in Loddon
  33. Free chat in Martham
  34. Free chat in Outwell
  35. Free chat in Mulbarton
  36. Free chat in Terrington St Clement
  37. Free chat in Hoveton
  38. Free chat in Briston
  39. Free chat in Ormesby St Margaret
  40. Free chat in Mundesley
  41. Free chat in Lingwood
  42. Free chat in Feltwell
  43. Free chat in Hopton on Sea
  44. Free chat in Snettisham
Norfolk

Norfolk / nɔrfək / is one of the forty seven counties of England, United Kingdom, with capital in Norwich. Located in the East region, it borders on the northwest with the Wash estuary, on the north and east with the North Sea, on the south with Suffolk and on the west with Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. The county occupies an area of ​​5371 km² and its population in 2003 was 810 695 inhabitants. The highest point of the county is located in Beacon Hill with an exact height of 100 meters above sea level. It is the highest point of the Cromer Ridge formed by old glaciers. Apart from the capital, other important cities are King's Lynn and Great Yarmouth.

There are indications that the area was inhabited during the prehistoric era. Some remnants of the Iron Age have been found throughout the county. In times of Roman occupation, Norfolk was an agricultural county. Numerous Roman roads cross the county. Norfolk and its southern neighbor Suffolk together make up most of the Kingdom of Estanglia. The Anglos colonized this region in the 5th century and later became "the north folk" and "the south folk", hence "Norfolk" and "Suffolk". Between 1785 and 1786 the first civil aviation activities were carried out in Norfolk when several balloon flights departed from the city of Quantrell.