Warwick castle is a medieval Castle, situated in the town of Warwickshire, England, That was built around 1068 during the reign of William the Conqueror. The original castle was a wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. The castle's position made it strategically important in safeguarding the Midlands against rebellion. Every century except the 21st has seen major building work or adaptations at the castle. Many of its owners have entertained royalty at the castle, under very different circumstances. Henry II tricked his way into the castle, Edward IV was held a prisoner in it. Elizabeth I, William III and Victoria all made state visits.
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