The impressive Saint Mawes Castle is one of the finest examples of Tudor military architecture and was built by Henry VIII between 1539 and 1545 along with it's larger sister castle, Pendennis. They were built as part of a defensivea chain of fortresses to protect the south coast of England.

Title: Saint Mawes Castle

Location: Saint Mawes, Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall, England

Available in Mat Sizes:

16x20 or order it in 22x26 and 28x32

For more on Saint Mawes go to: Cornwall-online




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