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Who built the Warwick castle?

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2014-06-27 21:59:00
2014-06-27 21:59:00

William the Conqueror built the Warwick Castle. He was the architect of the whole castle. The caste was first started in 1068.

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warwick castle is built in the city of warwick

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The Warwick Castle was built in 1068 by William the Conqueror.

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Warwick Castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068

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'Cos otherwise people would wonder why it was called Warwick castle

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warwick castle was first made out of wood then it was rebuilt out of stone :) posted by zak.g

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Warwick Castle facts:On the south coast is the River- Avon.It is a castle developed by William the conqueror.It was built in 1068.It's address is, Warwick Castle, Warwick CV 34 4QU.It has 300 dungeons.It was built to protect the Normans from the Saxons who wanted revenge on William because he killed there king.

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The Anglo Saxons first founded Warwick in 914 AD, it is belived that Ethelfleda built Warwick castle to defend against the Vikings.

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Warwick Castle is made from Stone.

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To protect England from another war, it was an order from William the Conquerer.

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