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Leaning Tower of Bridgnorth (clouds Spring archeology ). Photo by Timsphotos
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Leaning Tower of Bridgnorth

Uploaded by: Timsphotos

Saturday April 13, 2013

Bridgnorth, United Kingdom

Caption: The Main Tower at Bridgnorth Castle leaning at 15 degrees.



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1. Timsphotos
11:52 AM GMT on April 16, 2013
Bridgnorth Castle was founded in 1107 but the main Square Tower was built during the reign of Henry II. During the Civil War,Bridgnorth was a Royalist stronghold and in 1646 in took a siege lasting 3 weeks before the Parliamentarians (Roundheads) took control. Under the orders of Oliver Cromwell the castle was to be demolished but they could not blow up the Great Tower,so here it stands leaning at 15 degrees.
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About Timsphotos


Iam a British coach driver who tours around the UK and sometimes Europe.I take my camera with me all the time and photography helps me pass the time away.Iam lucky to see various locations I would not normally visit on family trips.

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