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Intricate carvings on the tomb of Maurice de Londres (Maurice of London)
Old Kings Arms HotelPembroke, Dyfed
The Old Kings Arms Hotel is Pembroke's oldest hostelry and has deeds that date back to the 1520s. The hotel front was added during the Georgian period and the hotel has long been one of … more >>
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This famous building, on the site of the notorious Newgate Prison, is the site of the Central Criminal Court
The existing street gave its name to the court buildings
The court tries offences committed in the city of London
21 July, 1403
Battle of Shrewsbury
Henry IV and Prince Henry defeat rebels led by Henry (Hotspur) Percy
His nickname meant 'ill council'
He gained the throne after his mother killed his half-brother, Edward the Martyr
The nickname was improperly translated as 'Unready'
Snowdonia (North Wales)
Caernarfon Castle Castle