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Melissa • 1 year ago

Clitheroe castle was constructed in 1186 by a local Norman Lord, Robert de Lacy. The square stone keep is typical of the period, originally encircled by a strong curtain wall, it incorporated a number of Norman arches and four crenellated corner turrets.

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