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Tower of London Tower Bridge The Tower of London is by far one of the most famous and well-preserved historical buildings in the world From its earliest structural beginnings by its founder William I of England better known as William the Conqueror 1066-87 the Great Tower or White Tower as it later came to be called was fast becoming the most talked-about building in England The White Tower was also the most awe inspiring and frightening structure to the Anglo-Saxon people who were trying to get used to the rule of their new Norman king the destroyer of their own ruler Harold II in 1066 Within three months of his victory William the Conqueror had begun to build a castle on the north bank of the river Thames in London Beginning life as a simple timber and earth enclosure tucked in the south-east angle formed by the joining of the original east and south stone walls of the old Roman town of Londinium Augusta the original structure was completed by the addition of a ditch and palisade along the north and west sides This enclosure then received a huge structure of stone which in time came to be called The Great Tower and eventually as it is known today The White Tower This formed the basis of a residential palace and fortress ideally suited for a king or queen and as history has shown to its regal occupants the Tower of London became the perfect all-purpose complex Since the first foundations were laid more than 900 years ago the castle has been constantly improved and extended by the addition of other smaller towers extra buildings walls and walkways gradually evolving into the splendid example of castle fortress prison palace and finally museum that it proudly represents today Prisoners of the Tower So much of the Towers history is distasteful to say the least Certainly hundreds of people died here
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