Carrickfergus Castle

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The initial Carrickfergus Castle was built in 1177 and today functions as a major tourist attraction. The foot soldier in chainmail and kettle hat in the image above can be seen (in statue form) at the castle, along with a variety of other soldiers from the Norman and English forcesthat held the castle throughout the centuries.
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Copyright © 2016 Extramural Activity
Camera Settings: f9, 1/200, ISO 200, full size 3672 x 1800
text: X03759 X03758 Davys Street
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2 thoughts on “Carrickfergus Castle

  1. Anonymous 2016-12-15 / 2:48 pm

    where is the wall?

    • Extramural Activity 2016-12-16 / 9:04 pm

      it is in the garden/green a little way up from the ‘Inclusion’ mural

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