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Haverfordwest Castle


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Haverfordwest Castle, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. The original wooden castle was established around 1110, and was probably rebuilt in stone in the early 1200s. Most of the ruins seen today date from the time when the castle was owned by Queen Eleanor, wife of Edward I; orders for its destruction were issued by Oliver Cromwell in 1648, but it was only partially destroyed as a result.

18th Aug 2008


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Haverfordwest Castle Pembrokeshire Eleanor Edward I Oliver Cromwell

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