Ludlow Castle, Ludlow, Shropshire, England
Looking through a window in one of the buildings in the Outer Bailey near the Main Gatehouse we can see the Great Tower, or Keep, in the Inner Bailey with the entrance to the Inner Bailey next to it.
The rather impressive gate to the Inner Bailey looking along the bridge across the moat.
The broader arch was cut into the curtain wall in the 12th century. The lower arch was constructed in the 14th century.
The large area of grass is within the outer bailey of the castle. Beyond the outer castle wall Castle Square is visible with the church tower beyond and to the left.
Just to the left of the church tower you can see the distinctive shape of Titterstone Clee Hill.
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Part of the interior of the North Range in the Inner Bailey. The North Range included the Great Hall, the most important room in the castle, used for ceremonial and public occaisions.
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