Warkworth Castle Left the Village of Warkworth Right Warkworth Castle is a Ruined Medieval Building in the Town of the Same Name in the English County of Northumberland The Town and Castle Occupy a Loop of the River Coquet Less Than a Mile from Englands NorthEast Coast When the Castle Was Founded is Uncertain Traditionally Its Construction Has Been Ascribed to Prince Henry of Scotland in the Midth Century But It May Have Been Built by King Henry II of England When He Took Control of Englands Northern Counties UK Private Collection Photo Liszt Collection Bridgeman Images
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