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This castle dates back to the 12th or 13th century, but the actual site with remains of occupation dates further back several hundred years BC. The castle, as happens with castles, has Christian origins. It is a lovely place to visit and it is now...More
Berengaria of Navarre was crowned queen of England in 1191 AD when she married Richard the Lionhearted here in the castle chapel. While there is a lot of history in this location, the interior of the castle doesn't contain much. There is a small charge...More
This arabic fortress is right in the heart of town surrounded by pubs, restaurants and cafes. It boasts a unique character of small fortresses build around the crusades time. Inside you will see some artifacts of that period including knights gear. When i visited there...More