Crickhowell Castle

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Notable features in Crickhowell include the seventeenth-century stone bridge over the River Usk with its odd arches (twelve on one side, thirteen on the other) and its seat built into the walls, the fourteenth-century parish church of St Edmund, and the ruins of Crickhowell Castle on the green "tump" beside the A40 Brecon to Abergavenny road. Crickhowell castle was initially a motte and bailey castle built from 1121.

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Stone castle:6.4/10
Popularity rank: #1131
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Brecknockshire, Powys, Brecon Beacons, Wales, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Alisbys Castle

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