Around 850 years ago an English king built what became known as the ring of Iron which consisted of a ring of castles built in such a way that you could always get to the next one in a day on horseback.
We have more castles per sq inch than anywhere else on earth.
Some of them are massive structures and would be major construction jobs to undertake today.
The Great Bronze Age Orme Mines of Wales | Copper Mining and Evidence of Giants in Ancient Britain
Hugh Newman explores the ancient copper mines of Llandudno in North Wales. ‘The Great Orme Mines’ have been in use for 4,000 years, but a neolithic dolmen and 14,000 year old artifacts have also been found in close proximity to the mine. 1,760 tonnes of copper ore (Malachite) was excavated and used all through Europe in the Bronze Age, enough to create 10 million bronze axes. Hugh goes down 60 feet into the mine, but it goes a further 150 feet down, and has over 5 miles of tunnels in total. Massive axe casts, and huge stone hammers are on display and Hugh suggests this may be the work of giants, as hundreds of accounts of bones and skeletons, as well as numerous legends talk of them being present in this area.
Can you go in and have a look round? If you can, how much does it cost or is it Free. My local Castle is Nottingham Castle .At one time it was Free since they’ve done it up it’s £13 for Adults to get in and the once free kiddies play area is £3 to get in.