Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Red Tower

A view through the trees of The Red Tower, the only brick building in the city walls. Built in 1490 the walls of this defensive tower are four feet thick. The choice of building material caused animosity between the guilds, and in 1491 two stonemasons were accused of the murder of bricklayer John Patrick.

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