Lavenham is a market town with 1,738 inhabitants in Suffolk, part of East Anglia, the English peninsula between the Thames estuary in the south and The Wash in the north. the place for its half-timbered architecture and for its completed around 1530 magnificent late Gothic parish church is known. This was just as the Guildhall of the wool merchants in the Tudor period, as the place was like the whole region through the wool trade to great prosperity. Since she has been funded with revenue from this trade, the Church is also numbered among the Wool Churches. * "Wool church" St. Peter and Paul in Lavenham * Half-timbered Tudor