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Nantwich is a town and civil parish in the Cheshire East borough of the English county of Cheshire. It lies on the River Weaver and the Shropshire Union Canal. Nantwich was historically important for its salt industry. It is known for its half-timbered buildings, and has many listed buildings, including three at grade I.

Barker Street & Mill Street[edit]

Beam Street & Pepper Street[edit]

Churchyard Side, Church Lane & Monks Lane[edit]

High Street[edit]

Hospital Street[edit]

Pillory Street & Cocoa Yard[edit]

Welsh Row[edit]