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KEEP OF GOODRICH CASTLE

KEEP OF GOODRICH CASTLE

Said to have been built by an Irish chieftain called Macbeth for the payment of his ransom, the keep at Goodrich, Herefordshire, dates from the time of Henry II. The original doorway was on the first floor and reached by a ladder.

Other pictures from In Keep and Donjon: the Medieval Castle


RAGLAN, A SPLENDID MEDIEVAL CASTLE OF MONMOUTHSHIRE

BODIAM WHICH STANDS, LIKE A CASTLE OF LEGEND, IN A POOL OF WATER LILIES

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