Dunstanburgh Castle (Northumberland) Reviews
Description:Dunstanburgh Castle is now largely ruinous although it rated at one time among the largest and grandest castles in the north of England. Dating from the 14th century, the castle was protected on two sides by the sheer cliff face and the sea. Craster, Alnw
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