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Castillo de los Tres del Morro, Havana, seen from the Castillo de San Salvador de la Punta

RIBA155422
Antonelli, Battista (1547-1616)
NOTES: The castle was begun in 1589 and not completed until 1630 by Cristobal de Roda Antonelli (his nephew). See RIBA146324 for a black and white version of this image.

Naworth Castle, Brampton: the internal courtyard with clock face

RIBA158153
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: Originally 14th century Naworth was gutted by fire in 1844 and was rebuilt by Salvin in 1844. Webb added a clock face in a gable overlooking the courtyard as seen here in 1879. See RIBA145134 for a black and white version of this image.

Naworth Castle, Brampton: the internal courtyard with clock face

RIBA158154
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: Originally 14th century Naworth was gutted by fire in 1844 and was rebuilt by Salvin in 1844. Webb added a clock face in a gable overlooking the courtyard as seen here in 1879. See RIBA145135 for a black and white version of this image.

Former County Court and remains of castle, Castle View, Leicester

RIBA158526
NOTES: The front is dated 1692, but the building incorporates an 11th or12th century Great Hall, which has been converted into a modern Assize Court. Although much altered the hall was originally aisled, 84 ft by 58 ft and said to be the oldest surviving aisled and bay-divided hall in Europe. The timber roof is possibly 14th century. It is now part of De Monfort University Business School. See RIBA152349 for a black and white version of this image.

Former County Court and remains of castle, Castle View, Leicester: the courtroom

RIBA158527
NOTES: The front is dated 1692, but the building incorporates an 11th or12th century Great Hall, which has been converted into a modern Assize Court. Although much altered the hall was originally aisled, 84 ft by 58 ft and said to be the oldest surviving aisled and bay-divided hall in Europe. The timber roof is possibly 14th century. It is now part of De Monfort University Business School. See RIBA152351 for a black and white version of this image.

Former County Court and remains of castle, Castle View, Leicester: the courtroom

RIBA158528
NOTES: The front is dated 1692, but the building incorporates an 11th or12th century Great Hall, which has been converted into a modern Assize Court. Although much altered the hall was originally aisled, 84 ft by 58 ft and said to be the oldest surviving aisled and bay-divided hall in Europe. The timber roof is possibly 14th century. It is now part of De Monfort University Business School. See RIBA152353 for a black and white version of this image.

Former County Court and remains of castle, Castle View, Leicester: the courtroom

RIBA158529
NOTES: The front is dated 1692, but the building incorporates an 11th or12th century Great Hall, which has been converted into a modern Assize Court. Although much altered the hall was originally aisled, 84 ft by 58 ft and said to be the oldest surviving aisled and bay-divided hall in Europe. The timber roof is possibly 14th century. It is now part of De Monfort University Business School. See RIBA152354 for a black and white version of this image.

Former County Court and remains of castle, Castle View, Leicester: the courtroom

RIBA158530
NOTES: The front is dated 1692, but the building incorporates an 11th or12th century Great Hall, which has been converted into a modern Assize Court. Although much altered the hall was originally aisled, 84 ft by 58 ft and said to be the oldest surviving aisled and bay-divided hall in Europe. The timber roof is possibly 14th century. It is now part of De Monfort University Business School. See RIBA152359 for a black and white version of this image.

Palacio del Segundo Cabo, Plaza de Armas, Havana

RIBA158707
de Trebojos Zaldivar, Antonio Fernando
NOTES: On the far left is the Castillo de la Real Fuerza (1562-1577). See RIBA146202 for a black and white version of this image.

Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Plaza de Armas, Havana: the tower and the Giraldilla

RIBA158709
de Calona, Francisco (1528-1607)
NOTES: Built between 1558-1577, it was the first bastioned fortress to be built in the Americas. The engineer was Bartolome Sanchez, under the direction of the architect Francisco de Calona. See RIBa146234 for a black and white version of this image.

Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Havana: the drawbridge and main entrance

RIBA158721
de Calona, Francisco (1528-1607)
NOTES: Built between 1558-1577, it was the first bastioned fortress to be built in the Americas. The engineer was Bartolome Sanchez, under the direction of the architect Francisco de Calona. See RIBA146352 for a black and white version of this image.

Rye Castle, Ypres tower

RIBA162728
NOTES: The castle has been heavily restored.
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