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Conwy Castle, Conwy

Conwy Castle is a 'World Heritage Site'.

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Conwy castle from the Deganwy side of the river
Conwy castle from the Deganwy side of the river


Conwy Castle at night
Conwy Castle at night
Night time view of Conwy Castle and the harbour from the bridge over the estuary.
Night time view of Conwy Castle and the harbour from the bridge over the estuary.

 

It was built between 1283 and 1289 during King Edward I's second campaign in North Wales.

Conwy replaced Deganwy Castle, an earlier stronghold built by Henry III that had been destroyed by Llywelyn the Last in 1263.

The castle is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and managed by Cadw.

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