history of Scotland
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Haunted hotels in England
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Jurassic Coast. UNESCO object in England
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Castles of England. History in Architecture

The castles of England are not just architectural masterpieces, but also the embodiment of the traditions and history of this country. Here the most famous Englishmen, members of the royal family, monarchs have long lived. In the castles made important decisions that influenced the fate of England, there were uprisings and coups. In this article I will tell you about the most famous buildings that are definitely worth seeing. In the future, the list will be complemented by new attractions, so stay tuned to the updates section. I also ask you to leave your comments and photos in the comments to the article, share your travel impressions and take part in the discussion.The list of the most famous castles in England is simply obliged to head the legendary Windsor Castle, the symbol of the English monarchy. It is located 30 kilometers from London. Windsor is the country residence of the queen and royal family, it is here that they spend most of their free time.

The castle is mainly due to the tourists, they organize excursions here, during which you can see all the sights and interesting corners of this place.

Among the most famous halls of Windsor Castle are the Great Reception Hall, the reception rooms, as well as the St. George Hall rebuilt after the fire. The garden around the park is also admirable.

The oldest castle in England is Leeds Castle, the ruins of which have been preserved from the 9th century. He escaped the fate of many English castle, destroyed during wars and uprisings. The walls of Leeds remember such monarchs as Edward the First and Henry Seventh.

The Amberley Castle in Sussex is also fairly well preserved to this day. Once it was an impregnable fortress, protecting noble nobles, now here is a hotel where everyone can stay. in the castle the atmosphere of the Middle Ages was preserved, therefore, staying here you can well feel the spirit of those times.

The second largest castle in England is also well-preserved Caerfily, also built as a defensive fortress. He managed only miraculously to avoid destruction during one of the wars and thanks to his powerful walls he managed to stand up to our days.

One of the most luxurious castles is Hampton Court. Here the most influential Englishmen lived. The castle is surrounded by a lush park with many wonderful plants, beautiful alleys and ponds.

Medieval castles – the true decoration of many European countries. We have already written about the most famous castles in Germany, as well as about the castles of the Czech Republic. In the future, you will also find fascinating collections about similar facilities in other countries.

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