Castles: England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland : the Definitive Guide to the Most Impressive Buildings and Intriguing Sites

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David & Charles, 2008 - Castles - 256 pages
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"Castles" is based on the classic work by historian and medieval expert Plantaganet Somerset Fry. Original maps, plans and archive illustrations are presented alongside hundreds of beautiful contemporary photographs, showing ruins and surviving castles in all their glory. This work includes descriptions of hundreds of special buildings, from remote ruins in isolated settings to imposing piles in towns and cities. Discover the awe-inspiring scenes of great historical events that are now popular attractions for families and historians alike.

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Review: Castles: England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland: The Definitive Guide to the Most Impressive Buildings and Intriguing Sites

User Review  - Karen! - Goodreads

This is the full-length version of Best Castles. This is a book for Castle, British, or Architectural geeks/nerds/enthusiasts...or a combination thereof. What is interesting about this work is the ... Read full review

Review: Castles: England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland: The Definitive Guide to the Most Impressive Buildings and Intriguing Sites

User Review  - Marylu Sanok - Goodreads

Fabulous book showing the castles of Great Brtian. I wanted to see how many we saw on our trip to England and Ireland Read full review

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