The Castle At Brecon

The Castle At Brecon

Looking across the River Usk as it flows through the market town of Brecon (Aberhonddu) in Powys, Wales, to the town's medieval castle. Beneath its walls the River Honddu discharges into the Usk - an ideal situation for a castle. This was one of the first stone castles in Wales, built by Bernard de Neufmarche in 1093. The Welsh, however, destroyed the town in the 1100s and so a stone shell keep and outer walls were built by the early 1200s. The section in the image dates from c.1300.

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Ian Lewis | The Castle At Brecon
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