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Middleham, North-yorkshire, is a small, peaceful village dominated by a huge castle whose original style and shape has continuously developed over the years. It is believed that Edward, son of Richard, Duke of Gloucester (later to become King Richard III), was born here in the round tower which is now known as the Prince's Tower and, later, died at Middleham. Middleham castle's keep is truly enormous and one of the largest in the country, it dates from the 12th century when it was probably built by Robert Fitz-Ralph, grandson of the first Lord of Middleham Castle (there was an earlier fortification some five hundred yards to the southwest where traces of the earthwork are still to be seen). Unfortunately the Keep, like the rest of the castle, is extensively ruined but more than enough remains to convince the most casual visitor that this was once a stronghold of some of the most powerful men to have shaped British history.
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