The Castle on a Hill

You don’t have to be a historian to realize that Dover Castle is the real McCoy. As you approach the main gate, you notice the low gully surrounding much of the structure facing the mainland. This surely made it difficult for any invading army to scale its wall during battle. The other side faces the English Channel, with an even higher climb up the White Cliffs of Dover.

  

You don't have to be a historian to realize that Dover Castle is the real McCoy. As you approach the main gate, you notice the low gully surrounding much of the structure facing the mainland. This surely made it difficult for any invading army to scale its wall during battle. On the other side was the English Channel, with an even higher climb up the White Cliffs of Dover. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

 
 

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