Conwy Town Walls (Conwy, Wales) Reviews
Description:Conwy town walls, dating from the 13th century.
Newest Review: ... by such a vast fortification, and this was of course the aim of King Edward I of England, who was in the process of crushing Wales as an independent principality and bringing it entirely within his domain. You can also perambulate along considerable stretches of the inside edge of the walls, though here it is necessary to make a few more diversions as in some cases houses have been built ... more
Customer Conwy Town Walls (Conwy, Wales) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/09/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
** Background ** The small fishing port of Conwy in north Wales can boast some of the finest medieval structures remaining anywhere in the country. The most famous such attraction is undoubtedly its imposing castle, but the town's status as a finely preserved gem is enhanced by the retention of a just about complete circuit of stone walls dating from a similar period (the late 13th century). I would recommend that anyone visiting Conwy takes the time to see both from both above and below. ** The basics ** Conwy being a rather small town, its walls are well under a mile in circumference, smaller than those of the obvious comparison, the ... Read the complete review
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