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MONUMENT NO. 65975

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The Medieval town defences of Oswestry were built from 1272 by order of King Edward 1 and were one mile in circumference. The walls were slighted during the civil war, but the gates survive. Excavations in 1973 have recovered the foundations for part of the walls.

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