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Leeds Castle, first used as a royal castle in the 9th century, rebuilt in stone by the Normans around 1120, near Maidstone, Kent, England, United

Leeds Castle, first used as a royal castle in the 9th century, rebuilt in stone by the Normans around 1120, near Maidstone, Kent, England, United


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Filename: 16-3188.jpg

Size: 6142 x 4549 (18.3MB)

Date: 25th September 2008

Source: WorldInPrint

Credit: Nigel Blythe/Robert Harding

Country: United Kingdom

© Nigel Blythe

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Leeds Castle, first used as a royal castle in the 9th century, rebuilt in stone by the Normans around 1120, near Maidstone, Kent, England, United

Leeds Castle, first used as a royal castle in the 9th century, rebuilt in stone by the Normans around 1120, near Maidstone, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

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© Nigel Blythe

9th Century Kent Leeds Castle Maidstone Pond Rebuilt Royal Castle 1120 Intricate Normans


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This print showcases the majestic Leeds Castle, a historical landmark that has stood the test of time. With its origins dating back to the 9th century, this royal castle was rebuilt in stone by the Normans around 1120. Nestled near Maidstone in Kent, England, it exudes an air of grandeur and elegance. The photograph captures the castle's intricate architecture and ornate details, highlighting its rich heritage and cultural significance. The reflection of this magnificent structure on the serene pond adds a touch of enchantment to the scene. Surrounded by lush greenery and towering trees, it is a true testament to England's picturesque landscapes. Leeds Castle stands as a symbol of British history and serves as a reminder of medieval times. Its imposing presence evokes awe and admiration from visitors who come from far and wide to witness its beauty firsthand. This image perfectly encapsulates its timeless charm. Photographer Nigel Blythe/Robert Harding skillfully captures every detail with precision, allowing viewers to appreciate not only the castle but also the natural beauty that surrounds it. This stunning piece of art invites us on a journey through time, inviting us to explore centuries-old traditions while marveling at architectural brilliance. Whether you are an avid traveler or simply an admirer of European landmarks, this print will transport you into another era filled with wonder and fascination.

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