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Nottingham Castle - Robin Hood statue
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Robin Hood index

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Old Market Square

High Pavement

Hodsock Priory

Features:
Creepy Encounters in Nottingham Castle
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1067: William the Conqueror erects a wooden castle on the rock

1170: Stone castle constructed by Henry II

1649: The castle is demolished after Charles I's execution

1663: The first duke of Newcastle constructs the palace seen today

1831: Rioters torch the building

1878: The mansion is restored and opened as the first municipal museum and art gallery outside London

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The Robin Hood statue stands in the remains of the castle's moat.

The statue celebrates Nottingham's most famous export.

It was given to Nottingham by EF Clay Esquire on 28th June 1949.

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