Caesar's Tower at Warwick Castle

Caesar's Tower at Warwick Castle

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Picture of Caesar's Tower at Warwick Castle, on the left with the gatehouse on the right.

Caesar's Tower was built between 1330 and 1360.

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David Stowell

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