Cromer Pier in front of the Hotel de Paris in Norfolk, England.


The coat of arms of Cromer

Cromer is a coastal town in Norfolk. It is well-known for both the Cromer crab, a local delicacy, and its late Victorian pier (decorated with a Banksy piece). The Cromerian Complex, a period of the Pleistocene, is named after the town because the corresponding stratigraphic sequence was discovered there.