Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Richmond Castle


One of the first locations we visited on our coach tour was Richmond Castle in North Yorkshire.  It was built in 1071, and stands mostly in ruins today.  The one exception being the keep, which has many stairs that can be climbed all the way to the top.  



From between the battlements, you can view the charming town of Richmond below.  It was truly one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited.  I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.




 


6 comments:

Emma Henderson said...

Looks great Erin! Can't wait to hear more about your trip xo

Heather said...

What an amazing place! Looks awesome!

rooth said...

Isn't it cool how OLD stuff is there? If we had something like that in the States, I'm sure people wouldn't even be allowed on it

Lorena said...

What a gorgeous set of pictures, the color, the lawn !
My favorite is the one with the cow web.
EnnjoY!

E said...

Wow! So cool. Great pics and can't wait to see more of your adventures.

SizzleandZoom said...

I love castles!! Thank-you for these shots!

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