Warwick Castle from across the River Avon

Warwick Castle from across the River Avon

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The exterior of Warwick Castle's main accomodation block (south facade) from across the River Avon.

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Haydn Curtis, from New Zealand

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Warwick Castle is one of the castles created during Norman invasions of England that managed to distinguish itself by quickly becoming the center of the attention of the English nobility and royalty, who rebuilt it several times and crafted it into one of the most popular castles of medieval and modern England.

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