Tower of London, St Katharine’s & Wapping Docks, London EC3N 4AB
The White Tower (which gives the entire castle its name) was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. The White Tower was contrsucted with its strongest defences overlooking Saxon London.
The castle was considerably enlarged under Richard I (reign: 1189 – 1199) and Henry III (reign: 1216 – 1272) by the addition of the Inner Ward. Edward I (reign: 1272 – 1307) added the Outer Ward and a Barbican.
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