The Keep, or Great Tower, of Dover Castle from the King’s Gateway, Kent, UK
Keep, or Palace Tower,  built 12th Century by Henry II’s Norman architect, Maurice the Engineer  (mason), with corner towers and pilaster buttress.
Now has recreation of a medieval Royal Palace: King’s Hall (Great  Hall), King’s Chamber (Solar, bedroom), Guest Hall (multi-purpose, eg  feasts), and Guest Chamber (bedroom).
View of Keepyard from the King’s Gateway, or King’s Gate.
An English Heritage Listed Building and Dover architecture and medieval history photo.
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John Latter / Jorolat
Dover Blog: The Psychology of a Small Town

The Keep, or Great Tower, of Dover Castle from the King’s Gateway, Kent, UK

Keep, or Palace Tower, built 12th Century by Henry II’s Norman architect, Maurice the Engineer (mason), with corner towers and pilaster buttress.

Now has recreation of a medieval Royal Palace: King’s Hall (Great Hall), King’s Chamber (Solar, bedroom), Guest Hall (multi-purpose, eg feasts), and Guest Chamber (bedroom).

View of Keepyard from the King’s Gateway, or King’s Gate.

An English Heritage Listed Building and Dover architecture and medieval history photo.

Click on the photo or title for more information.

John Latter / Jorolat

Dover Blog: The Psychology of a Small Town