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Owen - Nunney Castle - Nunney, Somerset, England

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    Otto Rested & Resupplied with MREs. Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    From: Nunney Castle - Nunney, Somerset, England

    Owen checks in again from Somerset's medieval Nunney Castle. Even as a ruin, the structure is impressive.

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    ...very nice...not too many windows?? I wonder how living there would affect the mind?
     
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    Missed this first time round. Love a good mediaeval castle.
     
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    good call...I'm fascinated more with the smaller ones
     
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    Castle in Australia

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    how old...? amazing how they built those without computers/calculators/etc ...some are better built than stuff today..they declare ''modern'' stadiums in violation of codes/tear them down after only 40 years or so
     
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    That Aussie one dates from 1984.
    When it opened in 1984, Thorngrove Manor was a response to the bland and banal chain hotels of the day.

    In the Media – Thorngrove Manor
     
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    roger that.....fairly new
     

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