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outer bailey

outer bailey
The courtyard outside the central defenses of a medieval castle; often contained housing and service facilities for the local population.
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In the city centre, which includes Swansea Castle, Parc Tawe retail park and the train station, police recorded 32.
Around 30 so-called "White Pride" members gathered outside the ruins of Swansea Castle to make their feelings known.
Elsewhere the area has plenty to commend it, there's the National Waterfront Museum and the Dylan Thomas Centre Exhibition, there's Swansea Castle and the delightful Gower Heritage Centre which is just a short walk from the Maes yr Haf restaurant in Parkmill.
With an urban population of about 170,000, popular destinations include the ruins of Swansea Castle, Swansea Maritime Museum and Mumbles, a former fishing village turned resort.
The group, the Swansea Palestine Link, have been holding a 24-hour protest outside Swansea Castle.
Swansea has now re-named what used to be the city-centre Salubrious Place "The City Gates" in memory of Swansea's medieval past, and aims, quite rightly, to make more use of ancient Swansea Castle to draw in tourists like the castleworshipping Americans.
It's got history from its viking beginnings to beautiful medieval fortresses like Oystermouth and Swansea Castle.
He said that, as well as the copper walk, the city plans to make more of its long history, with activities including fairs and fetes at historic Swansea Castle in the city centre.
Council plans to make Swansea Castle a tourist destination used for fayres and other activities should be applauded.
This digital image by |Ann Jordan featuring Swansea Castle is part of Return Journey, a response to Dylan Thomas' short story of the same name.
Castle Quarter is a mixed regeneration scheme made up of commercial space on the ground floor and 26 affordable rental units and four duplex units, which overlook Swansea Castle, on the first floor.