The Kount in Chester

It is amazing how much of the Roman Invasion still exists in England. A good example is the Chester walls. Although the Romans did not build the existing walls, they are in the same location as the originals and are at least 500 years old. The walls are not as aesthetically medieval as York's walls but they are more complete and feel more antique. The picture I sent is of the King Charles tower. The tower is located on the wall at the Northeast corner. On top the tower, King Charles I watched Oliver Cromwell's Parliamentarians defeat his army in 1645 at the Battle of Rowton Moors.


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