Mid Glamorgan - Wales

This concentric castle in the centre of its wide moated lake, is considered the largest of the Welsh castles.

Originally a Roman fort, it was replaced in the early part of the 13th century by a fortress built by

the red-headed nobleman, Gilbert de Clare, in response to Welsh attacks.

King Edward I, it is believed, then had the engineer and master mason, James of St George take a hand in later building works.

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