Montezuma Castle In essence, Montezuma Castle is a twenty-room high-rise apartment building inhabited 1,000 years ago by the Sinagua people, who were part of the Anasazi (or Ancient Pueblo Peoples) group. It isn’t really a castle and it has nothing to do with the great Aztec king Montezuma. These ruins were discovered by Europeans in the 1860s, and they chose the name in error, thinking the ruins had something to do with the Aztec Empire in Mexico.
Montezuma Castle National Monument = Spectacular, 5-story cliff dwelling built by the Sinagua Indians around the 14th century. National monument also includes Montezuma Well, a flooded limestone sinkhole
33 Welsh castles that are pretty much the best thing history ever did
Conwy Castle - A castle of "massive military strength", it has been described as the most magnificent of Edward I’s Welsh fortresses. An estimated £15,000 was spent building it, the largest sum Edward spent on any of his Welsh castles between 1277 and 1307.