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Bangor

Bangor

Bangor is a relatively small town in North Wales with a population as small as nearly 20,000 people. A relatively large proportion of the population are students, with one third of them are studying in the city...

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Bristol

Bristol

Bristol is the largest city in England and the eighth is located near the River Avon in the border districts of Bath and North East Somerset Drive, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, South West of England...

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Dundee

Dundee

Dundee is located in eastern Scotland. Had an estimated population of 145,463 in 2001 and its population density was 2,424 inhabitants per km ², which is relatively high. It has a total area of 60 kms and is ranked ...

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Lisburn

Lisburn

Lisburn is located in the county of Northern Ireland from County Antrim, located in the eastern part of Northern Ireland. Its name in Irish Lios na gCearrbhac. It has a population of about 110,000 and a population...

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Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle

 

Warwick Castle is one of the most famous castles and frightening world. Warwick Castle has a colorful history that moves from its construction as wood and castle of La Motte Bailey William the Conqueror to a massive stone fortress. Surviving the siege warfare in Age of Chivalry and medieval chivalry and the English Civil War. The name Warwick is "homes by overflowing - a dam has been a fence or wattle built across a stream to catch or retain fish. Warwick Castle wooden Motte and Bailey has been defended by the river Avon on the south side and by wide and deep ditches on all other pages. An important element of Warwick Castle is its access to the river Avon. During construction of Warwick Castle men materials, equipment and construction were easily transported by boat to where the castle. When Warwick Castle had been built built fresh supplies, provisions and reinforcements prevented the occupants of the castle to be starved into submission during siege warfare. William the Conqueror used enforced Anglo-Saxon labor to work in the construction of Warwick Castle. The wooden castle was replaced by a fortified stone castle in 1260. The two main towers were built round the front of the castle and the chapel and the hall was built on the south wall. There were several additions to Warwick Castle over time - Guys Tower and Caesar's Tower were added at the end of the fourteenth century.