Kenilworth Castle - Part 2
Ruins of Leicester's Building
Dating to the 1500s. Intended to house important guests like Queen Elizabeth, the building was lavishly furnished and included chimneys, a recent innovation based on ancient Roman technology.
Since the Mortimer's Tower entrance was too narrow for coaches, the Earl of Leicester moved the castle entrance to here.
From Strong Tower
The Great Hall and Saintlowe Tower are on the left. Below is the outer wall beyond which is the area of the Great Mere.
From Strong Tower looking toward the Tudor Garden.
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