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Peveril Castle

Castleton Category Historic Sites
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Peveril Castle was built in 1176 by Henry II and today the ruins stand tall above Castleton.

It is one of England's earliest Norman fortresses and was mentioned in the Domesday survey. Visitors can learn about it's past in the visitor's centre.

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