Carew Castle

The present structure of Carew Castle was built by Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 13th Century. The last tournament of knights in Wales was held here by Sir Rhys ap Thomas in 1507, with over 600 knights attending. After changing hands several times it reverted to the de Carews and was finally abandoned in 1686.

The present structure of Carew Castle was built by Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 13th Century. The last tournament of knights in Wales was held here by Sir Rhys ap Thomas in 1507, with over 600 knights attending. After changing hands several times it reverted to the de Carews and was finally abandoned in 1686.
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The present structure of Carew Castle was built by Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 13th Century. The last tournament of knights in Wales was held here by Sir Rhys ap Thomas in 1507, with over 600 knights attending. After changing hands several times it reverted to the de Carews and was finally abandoned in 1686. The present structure of Carew Castle was built by Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 13th Century. The last tournament of knights in Wales was held here by Sir Rhys ap Thomas in 1507, with over 600 knights attending. After changing hands several times it reverted to the de Carews and was finally abandoned in 1686. The present structure of Carew Castle was built by Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 13th Century. The last tournament of knights in Wales was held here by Sir Rhys ap Thomas in 1507, with over 600 knights attending. After changing hands several times it reverted to the de Carews and was finally abandoned in 1686. The present structure of Carew Castle was built by Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 13th Century. The last tournament of knights in Wales was held here by Sir Rhys ap Thomas in 1507, with over 600 knights attending. After changing hands several times it reverted to the de Carews and was finally abandoned in 1686. The present structure of Carew Castle was built by Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 13th Century. The last tournament of knights in Wales was held here by Sir Rhys ap Thomas in 1507, with over 600 knights attending. After changing hands several times it reverted to the de Carews and was finally abandoned in 1686.
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Date2005-01-23 15:49:31
DescriptionThe present structure of Carew Castle was built by Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 13th Century. The last tournament of knights in Wales was held here by Sir Rhys ap Thomas in 1507, with over 600 knights attending. After changing hands several times it reverted to the de Carews and was finally abandoned in 1686.
CountyPembrokeshire
CountryCymru/Wales
CopyrightKen Davies
Tags 12th Century 13th Century 2005 Carboniferous Limestone Carew Carew Castle Castle Cymru Gerald de Windsor Historic Buildings Landmark Millpond Nikon D70 Norman Castle Outdoors Pembrokeshire River Ruins Site of Special Scientific Interest South Pembrokeshire Tudor Wales Wales/Cymru West Wales
CameraNikon D70
Lens24.0-135.0 mm f/3.5-5.6 
Focal Length135mm
Focal Length (35mm)203mm
Shutter Speed1/640
Aperturef/6.3
ISO Speed200

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