Harlech Castle is located in northern Wales and was built by the famous castle architect Master James of St. George between 1283 and 1290. The castle is a concentric design situated atop a rocky outcropping with its back to the sea.
The inner ward is surrounded by domestic buildings built against the curtain wall. A massive gatehouse dominates the structure and contains a chapel, a hall and living quarters in addition to the usual defensive features.
My reconstruction of Harlech Castle is 35x30 inches (112x96 studs) and stands 2 feet high. The curtain walls are shown in black because, frankly, I didn't have enough grey bricks!
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