Chichester is a fine market town near the south coast of England in the county of West Sussex. Any town bearing "chester" in the name is an old Roman town as chester was Roman for fort.
Chichester's finest attraction now is the 12th century cathedral with it's blend of Romanesque and Gothic architecture.
In the centre of town stands the curious Chichester Cross. I'm not sure of it's original purpose but I believe it marks the site of the old market. It was erected in the 15/16th centuries and was built by Edward Story the then Bishop of Chichester. That it has survived intact is a bonus for everyone who visits the town.