Limited Edition Print – only 25 copies will be printed
Photographed in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire. Pembroke Castle was initially built in 1093 by Arnulf de Montgomery, and in the late 12th century, the Keep was built and was an outstanding feature and architectural novelty from then onwards. There is a massive cylindrical tower and unusual stone dome, which puts the Castle in an elevated position and had a natural advantage and superiority when it came to defence. The Keep was also built to be nearly 80ft high.
Pembroke Castle is however most famous for being the birthplace of Henry VII, the founder of the Tudor Dynasty, and Britain’s only Welsh King.
This image shows a dungeon in the Castle’s Dungeon Tower. Built during the 13th century. The sole access to the basement dungeon was through a hatch in the floor, where prisoners were thrown into and forgotten! Goodness me – thankfully that’s not the case these days!
Hang this image as a single print (or joined with the other Pembroke images) to bring interest to any home or office space.
This image is available on beautiful 350gsm card – sized at 20cm x 27.6cm. Larger sizes available on request. All prints are hand trimmed and have a white border.
The price includes FREE postage to the UK mainland.