Located at Pevensey on the southern coast of England, I took this set of images when I was there in 2011.
Originally built by the Romans, but taking shape as we know it in 1042 by the occupation of King Harold II who established a strong point there, improving fortifications by digging ditches within the walls of the Roman fort.
It was then given to Robert, Count of Mortain (half-brother to William the Conqueror) shortly after the Norman Conquest… Click HERE if you want to read the whole history…
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taken with a Panasonic Lumix FZ30 with Post Op on Picasa3.
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