Wogan Cavern under Pembroke Castle

In the 13th century a 55-step spiral stairwell was created down to the natural cavern beneath the cavern, which gave access to the River Cleddau. The cavern was then believed to be used as a boathouse or sallyport.

In the 13th century a 55-step spiral stairwell was created down to the natural cavern beneath the cavern, which gave access to the River Cleddau. The cavern was then believed to be used as a boathouse or sallyport.
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In the 13th century a 55-step spiral stairwell was created down to the natural cavern beneath the cavern, which gave access to the River Cleddau. The cavern was then believed to be used as a boathouse or sallyport.
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Date2014-05-04 16:44:07
DescriptionIn the 13th century a 55-step spiral stairwell was created down to the natural cavern beneath the cavern, which gave access to the River Cleddau. The cavern was then believed to be used as a boathouse or sallyport.
CountyPembrokeshire
CountryCymru/Wales
CopyrightCopyright 2014 Kenvyn & Debbie Davies
Tags 12th Century 13th Century 2014 B&W Black & White BlackAndWhite Castle Cavern Caves Cymru Fujifilm Fujifilm X100S Indoors Limestone Medieval Monochrome Pembroke Pembroke Castle Pembrokeshire People River Cleddau The Human Condition Wales Wales/Cymru West Wales
CameraFuji X100S
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Focal Length23mm
Focal Length (35mm)35mm
Shutter Speed1/55
Aperturef/2.0
ISO Speed1600

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