Castles from the Air: An Aerial Portrait of Britain's Finest Castles

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Bloomsbury, 2006 - Aerial photography - 216 pages
The castles of Britain are icons of history. They were built to mark the domains of the powerful and stood as symbols of authority. They were built using the most advanced structural technology of the day and were designed to withstand the strongest of attacks. This work aims to show the splendour of the nation's best-loved castles.

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User Review  - SueReber - LibraryThing

Magnificent photos taken from the air gives you the idea of the magnitude of the castles and the castle grounds. Interesting information about the history and the structure is included with each ... Read full review

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Paul Johnson lives in London.

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