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  • Helmsley Castle

    Always a small, "family run" castle, Helmsley's claim to fame is that is was once owned by Richard III, but he actually preferred Middleham Castle ... Click name to read more...

  • Saint Emilion

    Few places that you will ever visit pack as much history into a small unspoilt town as Saint Emilion, which is located in the Gironde department in Aquitaine, south western France.

  • Conwy Castle

    First of the famous three castles built in Wales by Edward I, work on building Conwy Castle began in 1283. ....Click on name to read more

  • Caernarfon Castle

    The original castle on the site where Caernarfon now sits was one of three built by Hugh d'Avranches, a Norman knight, around 1088, - click name to read more...

  • Howden Minster

    This beautiful minster can be found in the East Riding of Yorkshire market town of Howden. A church has stood on this site since Saxon times ... click name to read

  • Conisbrough Castle

    Close to the South Yorkshire town of Doncaster, Conisbrough is the finest example of a complete Norman keep in Britain...click name to read