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Caerphilly Castle South Facing Walls

Caerphilly Castle South Facing Walls

Looking across the moat at Caerphilly Castle and to its massive south facing walls and towers. This image was taken from the public footpath beside the moat. The castle was built in the late 13th century by Gilbert de Clare in order to secure this part of Wales from being taken over by the Welsh leader Llewellyn ap Gruffudd, Begun in 1268 - it was immediately attacked! Building was recommenced in 1271 and it is now the largest castle in ground area in Wales and the second largest castle in Britain!

Ian Lewis

Image size: 5472 x 3653, 16.89Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 27/10/2018

Ian Lewis | Caerphilly Castle South Facing Walls
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