Chromolithograph of Alnwick Castle

Chromolithograph of Alnwick Castle by Alexander Francis Lydon

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Chromolithograph of Alnwick Castle.

From book County Seats of The Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland.

1870

Author Description

Alexander Francis Lydon (1836-1917)

Licence

Public domain

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Alnwick Castle

Famous English castle Alnwick plays an important role in the history of that country, medieval Europe and the entire history of castle construction. Read more about its construction, evolution, military sieges it was a part of and the way it survived to modern times.

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