Moss covered Chepstow Castle – Photo a day, August 31, 2012 – Wales Travel Photography

Chepstow Castle is one the earliest fortresses built in Wales by William the Conquerer in the early 11th century, meant to subjugate the local peoples of the isles. Now, looming over the quaint village of Chepstow, the castle is a haunting memory of ages long past.

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