The Great Siege Tunnels

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The Great Siege Tunnels takes us back to the late 1700. In 1783

they were built by the forefathers of the Royal Engineers. They were built by hand using crowbar and pick in only one year. This tunnel was built to transfer a cannon to a ledge “The Notch” in order to destroy the Spanish fortifications as and when they were built. From this vantage point you will be able to see beautiful panoramic views.