Monday, March 7, 2011

CARDIFF CASTLE

Cardiff Castle is situated at the Wales capital Cardiff, in Great Britain. Originally built around 55 A.D by the Roman Army, the castle was rebuilt by the Normans and renovated during the era of Queen Victoria in the 19th century. The castle is still use today by the Cardiff Council in Wales. 

The castle is open to the public for a guided tour visit. It has several state apartments overlooking the neatly trimmed green park. Its five towers appear in a beautiful carve to produce a panoramic view of the Cardiff skyline. It is being said that Cardiff castle is the last great masterpiece of Gothic architecture where visitors can enter into the land of dreams and fantasy.

Tourists can book a special tour to Cardiff Castle online. Visitors will be treated to a spectacular scenery and entries to the castle grounds, battlement walk, Norman keep, wartime tunnels, gift shop and many more. It is open whole year round except Christmas and New Year. 


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