Arundel Castle

Arundel Castle in West Sussex, England, is one of the most impressive and complete castles remaining in Britain. The original fortification was begun during the reign of Edward the Confessor and completed by Roger de Montgomery, who was the first to hold the earldom, under William the Conqueror. Since then, the castle has been a hereditary stately home to several families (with brief and few reversions to the Crown) and is now the principal seat of the Duke of Norfolk and his family.
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Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
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 Arundel Castle... as seen on a sunny day!
Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
 Arundel Castle... as seen on a sunny day!
Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
Arundel Castle... as seen on a rainy day!
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