Clifford's Tower, York

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One of York’s most visited attractions. Built between 1245 and 1272 for William the Conqueror, the tower’s unusual quatrefoil shape emulates that of the castle of Etampes in France, and is the only surviving example of its type in England.
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PropertiesHeight: 4.5cm Length: 5.5cm Material: Resin

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