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Located in the town of Kenilworth in Warwickshire, England. Wikipedia

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    • Kenilworth Castle was the centre of Leicester's ambitions to "plant" himself in the region, and he substantially transformed the site's appearance through comprehensive alterations.Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester-Wikipedia
    • Edward managed to make a surprise attack at Kenilworth Castle, where the younger Montfort was quartered, before moving on to cut off the earl of Leicester.Edward I of England-Wikipedia
    • This was the last of many events he had organised over the years, the most spectacular being the festival at his seat Kenilworth Castle in 1575 on occasion of a three-week visit by the Queen.Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester-Wikipedia
    • Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire provided the location for the final resting place of the famed rosary in the episode Mysteries of the Rosary airing 10 January 2014.Father Brown (2013 TV series)-Wikipedia
    • Prince Edward meanwhile attacked de Montfort's seat at Kenilworth Castle, where the younger Simon de Montfort had been gathering forces to assist his father.Second Barons' War-Wikipedia
    • At Kenilworth the speculative and commercial reconstruction of the castle gardens in an Elizabethan style led to a vigorous academic debate over the interpretation of archaeological and historical evidence.Castles in Great Britain and Ireland-Wikipedia

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