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The mound-top keep or great tower here was part of a large Norman castle that once dominated the town of Christchurch in Dorset.
Nearby is the 12th century riverside chamber block known as the Norman House, one of the few remaining examples of domestic Norman architecture in England. Built in about 1160, it provided grand and comfortable living quarters for the lord of Christchurch. The tall circular Norman chimney is a particularly rare survival.
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