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Odiham Castle, also called King John’s Castle are the historic ruins of a fortress built by King John, located near the village of Odiham in the United Kingdom.

According to historical records, John began construction of Odiham Castle on a site covering 20 acres in 1207, at a cost of around £1000 (equivalent to £1,484,600 by modern monetary value). The castle consisted of a two-storey keep standing in one of two contiguous moated enclosures, with a third enclosure to the southeast and a domus regis or king’s house.

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