Ludlow Castle was built in the late 11th century on a high cliff above the River Teme. Edward IV made it the centre of administration for the Welsh Marches, and briefly imprisoned the 'Princes in the Tower' here. I loved visiting Ludlow, though my memory is undoubtedly coloured by the fact is was a glorious summer evening and we were able to [literally] cool our feet in the river while I took this photo of the castle.
August 6th, 2014
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