Carew Castle is a Norman castle situated in Pembrokeshire, Wales in the United Kingdom and was built around 1270 by Nicholas de Carew. It is built on the banks of a 23 acre tidal mill pond. The present castle, which replaced an earlier stone keep, is constructed almost entirely from the local Carboniferous limestone, except for some of the Tudor architectural features such as window frames, which are made from imported Cotswold stone.
April 11th, 2022
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