From its construction in 1070 to its destruction after the Civil Wars, this once-fearsome fortress dominated Yorkshire and beyond, earning the nickname, “Key to the North”. From battles and sieges, starvation and destruction to royal infidelity and the cultivation of liquorice, you’ll be surprised at what these walls have seen!
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