A Student of History

March 26, 2007

The untold story of Aberlleiniog Castle

Filed under: Historic Preservation — John Maass @ 9:40 am

From a Welsh news site, this news:

Aberlleiniog Castle

An ancient castle which has been off limits to the public since it was built in 1088 is about to reveal its secrets for the first time.

Aberlleiniog Castle, located on the south east corner of Anglesey, has been witness to a long and fascinating series of owners and events.

The little-known castle has been the site of a murder mystery, love triangles and even fatal duels, but few people are aware of its significance and no one has been allowed to visit for almost a thousand years.

All that is now set to change thanks to a £317,500 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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