Cardiff Castle, Page 1

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Looking west along the north wall of the fort.
Looking south along the east wall.
The east wall of the fort, looking north.
The south wall of the fort, with parts of the original Roman masonry showing.
Section of the original south wall of the Roman fort.
The South Gatehouse.
The Clock Tower at the south-west corner of the site.
Close-up of the south-east corner of the Clock Tower.
The motte and keep, seen from the south-east.
The Black Tower and South Gatehouse.
The great wall dividing the fort, with the keep beyond.
The Black Tower shows the scar where the dividing wall once stood.
The west range, parts of which date to 1420.
The spire of the Beauchamp Tower.
The Clock Tower from the north-east.
The motte and keep seen from the south-west.
The south gatehouse looking west along the south wall.
Approaching the keep from the south.
A guard tower at the base of the motte.
Looking south from the stairs, the guard tower, moat and dividing wall can be seen.
The west range seen from the entrance to the keep.
The gatehouse of the keep from the inner courtyard.
Remains of the buildings to the east side of the gatehousse.
The South Gatehouse from the keep.
Looking into the keep from the top.
The west range from atop the keep.
Looking south-east from the top of the keep.
Looking south along the dividing wall.
The moat, motte and keep from the south-east.
The reconstructed north gatehouse of the fort.
The east facade of the west range.
The east side of the clock tower.
Stained glass windows in the west range.
Stained glass windows in the west range.
Stained glass windows in the west range.
Marble floor of the Arab Room.

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Cardiff Castle #2

Information about Cardiff Castle on CastleFacts.