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Conwy Castle dominates the mouth of the River Conwy and the medieval walled town of Conwy in North Wales like a huge goliath and serves as the major tourist attraction in the county of Conwy.
The castle was built on the orders of King Edward I of England and construction began in 1283 under the direction of Edward's chief architect James of St. George.
Today the castle is one of the best preserved castles in the whole of North Wales.
Conwy LL32 8DB
+44 (0) 1492 592358
North Wales, UK
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