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Kenilworth Castle
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Kenilworth Castle Pictures - Image Detail

The Keep
The Keep. The original Norman forebuilding here was altered in Tudor times to create a loggia, or gallery leading to the pleasure gardens below the Keep.

Images of Kenilworth
The Outer Court and grounds
The Great Hall and its towers
Leicester's Building
The Keep
Leicester's Gatehouse

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