The valley containing Galwain Castle was located within the borders of a small obscure country, whose president was named Valga, and which bordered on Bulgania, another small country. The castle itself was inadvertently destroyed in a rock slide caused by a nearby highway construction projec

Until the early 1950s, Galwain was an isolated castle full of medieval-style knights that had been blocked off from the rest of Europe by a landslide, for hundreds of years.

History

The valley containing Galwain Castle was located within the borders of a small obscure country, whose president was named Valga, and which bordered on Bulgania, another small country. The castle itself was inadvertently destroyed in a rock slide caused by a nearby highway construction project.

Points of Interest

Ruins of Castle Galwain

Notes

  • Galwain got introduced and destroyed in a 12-page story in Blackhawk #40.


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