Castles tells the amazing historical stories around the world

These castles of the great palaces of the process and the pride of her country where they were not only the focus of pride and well-being and brag about, but also were bastions of defense and barriers during the wars broad term, and so far that many people are still standing Mayoroshin and bear witness to the genius of the architects responsible for their designs.
Castle Liechtenstein and Germany
Liechtenstein castle overlooking the valley Echaz brilliant and monitor the picturesque nature, in its long history, starting around 1200, the castle was destroyed twice, but luckily for us, is rebuilt each time.
Castle Sant'Angelo, Rome, Italy
Castle Sant'Angelo was built originally in 123 AD as a mausoleum for the Roman Emperor Hadrian. Century in 14th, it was converted into a fortress major, and the tallest building in Rome, according to the Papacy controlled the entire city at that time.
Chateau de Chillon, Switzerland
Chateau de Chillon Castle Island is on the shore of Lake Geneva brilliant. It consists of 100 independent buildings that were gradually connected to become one mixture castle, the earliest buildings dating back as far as 1005
Palace Swallow's Nest, Crimea, Ukraine
Built for the oil baron in 1911, and put the Swallow's Nest is stable on the Black Sea coast, overlooking the water mesmerizing Ai-Todor green.
Brigama Castle, Slovenia
Built in the natural arc, the castle was impenetrable during a long siege, with a secret tunnel to provide the passengers.
Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island, England
Built in 1550, dominated the region Lindisfarne, which came in often under attack by the Scots and the Vikings.When was the combination of English and Scottish thrones, fell castle, balanced on a hill of hard stone, in the Turk.
Lacave, France
Kulahfa played this situation is Mstqrfa 9th century an important role in the Hundred Years War, "and it proved unbreakable despite the blockade.
Chateau de Walzin, Belgium
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With sheer cliffs and a raging river on all but one side, it is no wonder that Walzin still stands today.
Chateau de Chambord, Loire Valley, France
Chambord was built in the 1500s as the home of King Francois I abandon them after the French Revolution, the castle has been used to protect the passengers of paramount importance during World War II - works of art from the Louvre Museum and various other shows.
Burg Liechtenstein and Austria
Built during the century, 12th, this castle was destroyed repeatedly by the Ottoman invaders. Finally, rebuilt in 1884 and since then setting for many films, including "The Three Musketeers."
Chateau de la Rochepot, France
On top of a rocky stands this charming castle. Since Horn 13th, it was home to the House of Lords and Knights.During the French Revolution, the castle was destroyed almost completely, but since then has been carefully restored.
Reichsburg Cochem, Germany.
As a castle of King Conrad III of Germany, and after that it captured, King Louis XIV of France, burned the castle of the rules by the French in 1689. German businessman who purchased the remainder in 1868, and spent most of his fortune to re-create the beauty of the original structure
Wasserschloss Glatt, Germany
This magnificent structure is one of the few surviving moated castles in Germany.
Castle Neuschwanstein, Bavaria, Germany
 Built for King Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1869, the castle was so expensive that still incomplete from the time of his death. Handed over to the public, has served this castle Gaahhat became a source of inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland
Hohenzollern Castle
This palace is located on the summit of Mount Hohenzollern, at more than 2,800 feet above sea level. In its heyday, was considered the throne in this fortress headquarters of the German emperors.
Chateau de la MOTHE-Chandeniers, France
This is due stronghold dating to the 13th century and has been arrested twice by the British before it was destroyed in the French Revolution. Businessman returned the castle to its former glory in the 1800s.
Mont-Saint-Michel, France
Built on an island at the mouth of the River COUESNON, and takes this stunning castle town by water at high tide. Defenses were so strong that small force whose barracks walls never fell to the English during the Hundred Years War, which raged for 116 years.
Castle Oberhofen, Lake Thun, Switzerland
Castle Oberhofen, on Lake Thun completely blue, has been designed with elegance rather than defense in mind. Large castle gardens are among some of the finest in Europe.
Hatley Castle, Colwood, British Columbia
In 1906, Hatley Castle was built in the Tudor style of the man of British Industry. And since then has been used as a military academy during the two world wars and, more recently, a University.
Castle Falkenstein, Austria
Falkenstein Castle is perched on the southern slope of the mountain range Hohe Tauern rugged. It dates back to about 1164 and passed through various dynasties that once ruled Europe.
Castle Dunnottar, Scotland
For more than 1,000 years, Dunnottar, perched on the edge of the North Sea as a stronghold of Viking aggression against Scotland and English. This was in the walls that were hidden Scottish crown jewels of English and save them from destruction.
Castle Sigmaringen, Germany
Originally a castle built in 1077, has been converted the building later in the bout palace to play host to the nobility European Prince Karl Anton of Hohenzollern in 1869 after the Allied invasion of France in 1944, escaped from Germany's Vichy government, backed by France's Sigmaringen dungeon and castle , for fear of reprisals stands with Hitler.
Castle Stalker, Scotland
Built on an island in Loch Linnhe in 1320, a stalker is extremely difficult to get at any other time of low tide.Castle is most famous for appearing in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail."
O'Brien in Tower, County Clare, Ireland
Tower O'Brien dwindled through the environment, and the slopes of Moher. Rumour has it that Sir Cornellius O'Brien construction of the tower in 1835 to convince women that flirt.
Old Sarum, England
Sarum old is one of the oldest settlements in England and was inhabited since 3000 BC. At the heart of the Iron Age fort, which was used by the Romans, Saxons, Vikings and Normans

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