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CARREG CENNEN CASTLE - A REMOTE WELSH CASTLE WITH A BRUTAL HISTORY IN THE BEAUTIFUL WELSH HILLS . OFTEN OVERLOOKED IT IS IMPRESSIVE AND FAMOUS IN THE HISTORY OF WALES. IT HAS A SECRET CAVE ENTRANCE

CARREG CENNEN CASTLE - A REMOTE WELSH CASTLE WITH A BRUTAL HISTORY IN THE BEAUTIFUL WELSH HILLS . OFTEN OVERLOOKED IT IS IMPRESSIVE AND FAMOUS IN THE HISTORY OF WALES. IT HAS A SECRET CAVE ENTRANCE

Life in a Medieval Castle: "Whether on the motte, in the bailey, inside the walls of the shell keep, or as a separate building within the great curtain walls of the 13th century, the living quarters of a castle invariably had one basic element: the hall."

Life in a Medieval Castle: "Whether on the motte, in the bailey, inside the walls of the shell keep, or as a separate building within the great curtain walls of the 13th century, the living quarters of a castle invariably had one basic element: the hall."

Usk Valley and Sugar Loaf, Wales (UK). - Looking east along the Usk Valley from the village of Bwlch. To the right the A40 runs around Myarth, a small wooded hill, before meeting the river again. On the horizon is the Sugar Loaf, a prominent landmark in these parts, which is above the town of Abergavenny.

Usk Valley and Sugar Loaf, Wales (UK). - Looking east along the Usk Valley from the village of Bwlch. To the right the A40 runs around Myarth, a small wooded hill, before meeting the river again. On the horizon is the Sugar Loaf, a prominent landmark in these parts, which is above the town of Abergavenny.

Barmounth, Gwynedd

Barmounth, Gwynedd

Countryside - Wales, it really looks like this!

Countryside - Wales, it really looks like this!

In the 13th century, Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, ruler of Gwynedd, refused to pay homage to Edward I, King of England citing political hostilities. This prompted the English conquest of Gwynedd, and subsequent construction of Caernarfon Castle, one of the largest and most imposing fortifications built by the English in order to control Wales

In the 13th century, Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, ruler of Gwynedd, refused to pay homage to Edward I, King of England citing political hostilities. This prompted the English conquest of Gwynedd, and subsequent construction of Caernarfon Castle, one of the largest and most imposing fortifications built by the English in order to control Wales

The ruins of Dolbadarn Castle, Gwynedd, Wales. Built in the late 13th century by Welsh Prince Llywelyn the Great

The ruins of Dolbadarn Castle, Gwynedd, Wales. Built in the late 13th century by Welsh Prince Llywelyn the Great

Brecon Beacons National Park

Brecon Beacons National Park

Welsh Shepherd with lamb and sheep dog in Snowdonia, North Wales.

Welsh Shepherd with lamb and sheep dog in Snowdonia, North Wales.

If you ever get to north Wales - part two - btw my favorite Welsh Castle

If you ever get to north Wales - part two - btw my favorite Welsh Castle

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