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Ruined UK castles spring back to life
by Francesca Street, CNN
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19 November 2018
On 19 November 2018 CNN reported:
Exploring one of the UK's many abandoned castles, you might find yourself imagining what the fortress looked like back when its turrets were intact and its moat was filled with water. Content marketing agency NeoMam Studios took this idea and digitally restored six abandoned castles to their former glory . . . NeoNam chose six derelict castles across England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. They chose castles that hadn't really been restored for tourist purposes, were pretty dilapidated and weather beaten, in an array of styles, and with plenty of archaeological research available to recreate the structures accurately.
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The result of these digital restorations is an incredible glimpse at the past, the viewer can watch these decrepit medieval structures restored to their former glory.
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