|This Cistercian abbey buil in 1100 is still remarkably preserved.|
|Low remains in forefront are the infirmary and its kitchen.|
We first came to Chepstow Castle 20 yrs ago. It was as impressive then as it is now still. It is perched on a hill above the winding Wye River and the town of Chepstow. First built by the Normans in 1066, it has been altered, changed and added to over the centuries. I took these pictures with my new camera. I am still working out how to use it, but there are some nice shots. Enjoy!
|Cows in the shadow of Chepstow Castle|
|Scenic view from the castle|