About Rhuddlan Castle
Rhuddlan Castle was one of the iron ring of strongholds built by Edward I in his conquest of Wales. Construction of Rhuddlan Castle began in 1277 and it was built in a concentric style.
Today the pretty ruins of Rhuddlan Castle are open to the public.
Denbigh Castle is one of the ring of castles built by King Edward I in order to establish his dominance over Wales.
Harlech Castle is a dramatic medieval stronghold and one of a ring of imposing castles built by Edward I in his conquest of Wales.
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