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Ashford Castle's Bridge - Ireland
Ireland

The Bridge over River Corrib, after the main gate, gives the way to Ashford Castle is an Anglo-Norman medieval castle built in 1228 near Cong city at Galway and Mayo border. In 1852 the castle was extended with new roads and Victorian style extensions.

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Uploaded: 19/09/2012
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