In 1642, King Charles I described the view from Castle Walk, in Bridgnorth, as 'the finest in my domain'. The castle, built on a promontory commanding the river Severn and the surrounding landscape, was certainly dramatically situated. And even its destruction by the besieging parliamentary forces in 1646, leaving the main keep with its distinctive lean, only added to the impact of the setting.
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Photo taken in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location