jueves, 13 de noviembre de 2008

Castle & King Arthur Route


Cardiff had a strategic importance between the Normand’s war and the Wales people who had controlled the high land of the country, that is why Cardiff shows off having the biggest concentration of castles in the world.

The second most important castle is the Castell Coch. It is in the Tongwynlais Forest.
Cardiff has got the remains of Twmpath Castle, Bishop’ Palace and the ST. Fagans Castle while Wthitchurch Castle has been rebuilt.

King Arthur route

The best option is to go by the coast to Pembrokeshire region. Here you can visit two ancient menhirs called King Arthur’s Sons. On the way, you will see Swansea bay. The next stage will take us to Carmarthen, where it is said that Merlin was born.

In the north we’ll see Snowdonia, the legend tells that King Arthur is buried here. Search the Dinas Bran’s remains in the Llangollen slope because some theories indicate that the Sant Grial was hidden there.

2 comentarios:

andRea aLbii [anD] eRii* dijo...

This castle is very beautiful and interesting. And the sheep of the next entrance has a beautiful name ^^ haha
Kisses from eRi aLbi & andRea

María, Eva 'nd Iulia dijo...

Hi girls!!

Your blog is very cool and beautiful.The photo of castle is very pretty and I will go there!!