LudlowLudlow is the traditional(if not actual), county town of Shropshire, situated almost on the border between England and Wales. As a result of this location, it became important in medieval times and its large castle remains largely intact. Ludlow Castle was the seat of the Council of Wales and the Marches and a temporary home to several holders of the title, Prince of Wales, notably Arthur Tudor, who died there in 1502.
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