It makes me happy that they are still there, standing their ground. Long may they live.
The last time I drove through Cascais, I noticed the castle walls but didn't have time to stop. Thanks for the pictures.Margaret
It looks full of character and history - I like the cobblestones too.
La cour pavée a l'air magnifique ! C'est beau l'opposition du blanc et de la pierre.
The old walls give the warmest feeling of the city. Good they are kept.
It looks like some of the walls get some loving care. Lovely walls.
How wonderful that they are still there. Thanks for sharing!
Just imagine how many pairs of feet have walked on those cobblestones!
It always amazes me when I see ancient walls meshed together with the new urban landscape...God bless you!Cezar
It is good to see that history is preserved where possible. They remains must have so many stories to tell :-) Diane
This is just fascinating, JM! The fact that anything is still standing from the 14th century blows my mind! That's older than I am! :)
and where did the princess go ? ;)
Some fought better than others, that courtyard is a gem!
Awesome, and I bet if you didn't know there used to be a castle there, you would have missed it. Very cool!
A rich range of targets in these photos, very beautiful.
JM, I've always been impressed with your photos, your home town, and travels, but recently your compositions have taken on a new depth. I just had to say, they're lovely.By the way, I'm so glad to hear you're not dropping off your balcony, thanks for clarifying! :)
And lovely walls they are. and doorways and cobblestone pathways.I am glad something survived. MB
Such a long time ago.
It would be fun to explore an old castle! None of those around my area!
It's good that at least some walls remain. Very nice!
It is good that there is still something left to remind people it was there.
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