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Harlech Castle Gatehouse Tower, Merionethshire, Wales

Harlech Castle Gatehouse Tower, Merionethshire, Wales

Regular price $100.64 USD
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Outside Frame Size: 9 7/8" x 14 3/4"

Explanation of Dimensions

The "Art Size" item above contains the dimensions of the IMAGE ONLY. The "Outside Frame Dimensions" are the dimensions incorporating the image, the matting (if any) and the frame. Both are in the format width X length in inches.

Description: Harlech Castle Gatehouse Tower is a medieval structure that was part of the defensive fortifications of Harlech Castle in Merionethshire, Wales. The tower was built in the 13th century by King Edward I of England as part of his campaign to conquer Wales. The tower has four stories and a conical roof, and it contains a portcullis, a drawbridge, and a guardroom. The tower was designed to protect the main entrance to the castle from attackers, and it also served as a residence for the constable of the castle. The tower is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Grade I listed building.

Photographer: Cmao20

License: CC BY-SA 4.0

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