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Raglan Castle (or Castell Rhaglan in Welsh) is in the south east of Wales, next to the A40 between Monmouth and Abergavenny. Construction started in 1435, work continued through the 16th century until the castle was destroyed in the 17th century after falling to Cromwell's forces in the Civil War.
Picture of Raglan Castle
You can choose between two options now:
A few pictures to give you an impression of the castle, or better, what remains of it.
360° panoramas
For those visitors with a fast connection (or enough time) I have a collection of 360° QuickTime VR panoramas.