Boudica's Way

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Boudica's Way is a waymarked long-distance footpath in East Anglia, England, United Kingdom.

Length[edit]

Boudica's Way runs for 60 km (38 mi).

Historical symbolism[edit]

The route commemorates the warrior queen of the Iceni, Boudica, who rebelled against early Roman government and military control in the region of what is now South Norfolk.

It runs from Norwich to Diss near the border with Suffolk and follows close to Roman roads and passes through Caistor St. Edmund, a settlement tracing its roots to the Roman period.

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