|The Gatekeeper to Cardiff Castle
having a drink.
|Cardiff Castle the House.
|During restoration the original
Roman walls (left) were
discovered. They are now
preserved and the brass mural
was commissioned recently.
|The Norman Fort. Originally a wooden
keep built in 1081 it was replaced with
the current stone version in 1140.
|The climb up the motte to the
|The House and Clock tower of
|The House of the Castle. The
towers are the Guest tower, the
Octagon and Bute Towers.
|The interior of the Norman keep
is a round stone shell and an
|The rebuilt walls of the castle are
built on the ruins of the original
Roman walls (rough bricks below
the red brick).
|The Norman Keep, it held the
imprisoned Robert Duke of Normandy
the elder brother of King Henry I.
|Castle Cardiff grounds from the top of
the Norman Keep. The ugly structure
in the background is a rugby stadium.
|The restored walls and the
|The Clock tower of Cardiff keep
begun in 1869.
|The shell of the keep as seen
from atop the tower.
|The Gatehouse to Cardiff Castle.
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