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Powis Castle, Welshpool, Wales 🏴 Seeing this reddish fortress you won’t be able to guess it’s long and tumultuous past.
It was built by a Welsh Prince Gruffudd ap Gwenwynwyn in the 13th century.
And since then, it’s been passed down and traded sometimes even to heiresses.
In 1952, it was ultimately given to the National Trust.
And before you go, did you notice that nostalgic white cart?