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Conisbrough Castle

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The white, cylindrical keep of this 12th-century castle is a spectacular structure. Built of magnesian limestone, it is the only example of its kind in England. Recently restored, with two new floors and a roof, it is a fine example of medieval architecture and was one of the inspirations for Sir Walter Scott’s classic novel, Ivanhoe.

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