21 Wonderful Castles Of England Which Still Celebrate Royalty

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The appearance of England is changing at an unprecedented pace. The 21st century has brought about a lot of change in England’s image. The royalty has instead been brought down to a smaller scale. However, England’s castles have been known for across the globe. And they will continue to be internationally acclaimed.

The history, mystery and secrets lie in those large structures. England has a rich history full of battles, murders and possibly ghosts which are known to haunt the castles for centuries. England boasts of its fine and magnificent castles which are really to be acknowledged. They house some of the finest art, furniture and sculptures, dating back to centuries. Credit must be given where it is due and English royal families deserve ot for creating such fine structures and keeping them preserved for centuries.

Look at these and fall in love with these sculptures and British heritage.

1. Warwick Castle

It is a castle in the county city of Warwickshire. It sits on the cliff of river Avon.

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2. Windsor Castle

It is 900 years old. It is the largest occupied castle in the world.

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3. Croft Castle and Parkland

It was built in the 15th century. It has fine interiors display period furnishings and paintings.

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4.Tower of London

This was historically known as the tower. It is her Majesty’s royal place of residence.

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5. Hampton Court Palace

It is located at a place few miles from London. It was occupied by Henry VIII.

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6. Nottingham Castle

It was built over 300 years ago. It was built by William, the conqueror.

#Nottingham #William #conqueror

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7. Bodiam Castle

It was built in East Sussex. It is a perfectly built medieval moated castle.

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8. Edinburgh Castle

It is located 400 miles north of London. This castle has withstood the test of time.

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9. Powis Castle

It is built on high rock overlooking lush green gardens. It has a wealth of fine paintings and furniture.

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10. Windsor Castle

It is located in county of Berkshire. It is the world’s largest uninhabited castle.

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11. St. Michael’s Mount

It is located 366 m of Mount’s Bay coast. It exhibits a combination of slate and granite.

#slate #granite #bay

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12. Stirling Castle

It is situated 450 miles away from London. Outside it is a statue of a great hero William Wallace.

#William #London #Scotland

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13. Rockingham Castle

It was used by the Kings of England until 16th century. It is a building with Norman walls and rich history.

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14. Oakham Castle

It was built in the 12th century. Although damaged, it still looks superb.

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15. Stokesay Castle

It is the oldest fortified manor house in the world. It was built in the 12th century.

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16. Caernarfon Castle

Located at 250 miles from London, it is one of the best. It was built 800 years ago, after King Edward I of England conquered North Wales.

#wales #London #best

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17. Belvoir Castle

It was built in 19th century. It houses UK’s finest collections.

Belvoir Castle

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18. Skipton Castle

Built in 1090, it has been preserved for over 9 centuries. It was built by a Norman baron.

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19. Carlisle Castle

This Castle is also 9 centuries old. It is located at the border of England and Scotland.

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20. Leeds Castle

It sits 30 miles away from London. It was acquired by the Americans in the early 20th century.

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21. Dunstanburgh Castle

It was built in 14th century. It was completed under the reign of Thomas.

Dunstanburgh Castle

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22. Berkeley Castle

There might be a few much more historical than this. It dates back to 13th century.

Berkeley Castle

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England was and will always be known for its beautiful castles. So start saving money and then visit them.

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