Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The castle is constructed primarily out of coral and stone. The exterior walls tower up to 10 meters high but look much higher due to the steep grade of the grounds it is built upon. A stone archway with coral steps on the south allows access into a lower court, which appears to be an add-on or afterthought as its walls are an outcrop from the walls of the upper court. The large grassy area inside the archway slopes upward and northerly to more steps and a second archway along the interior walls that is the entrance to the upper court.
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