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  • Hampton Court Palace


    Hampton Court PalaceHampton Court Palace the great palace built by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey and obtained by Henry viii in 1530 after Wolsey's downfall. It was here that Edward Vi was born in 1537
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    The Gallery
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  • Whitehall Palace


    Whitehall PalaceAnother of the great palaces of Tudor England Whitehall was one of Henry viii's favourites and this palace was sadly burnt down in the 17th century.
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    Stone Tower
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  • Windsor Castle


    Windsor Castle has been a royal residence for nearly 900 years and it is still used today and Elizabeth I stayed here many times during her reign. At Windsor is At George's Chapel which is where Henry Viii is buried with Jane Seymour and his son Edward VI.
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    The Great Hall...
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    The Throne Room...
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  • Greenwich Palace


    Greenwich Palace was a famous Tudor residence and it was the birthplace of Elizabeth I and it was one of Henry's favourite residences. It is also known as the Palace of Placentia and sadly the palace no longer exists but the present day Royal Observatory stands on site where it was located.
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    King's Reception...
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  • St James's Palace


    St James's PalaceSt James Palace was built by Henry VIII and this was an important royal residence that was second only to Whitehall Palace. It has been a principal royal residence for many years and now home to some members of the royal family but not used as a royal residence any more.
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  • Richmond Palace


    The Tudor Dynasty Img_2021 Richmond Palace was a royal residence that was built by Henry viii in the early 1500's and was a favourite residence of Queen Elizabeth I who died there in 1603.

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  • Westminster Palace


    Westminster PalaceWestminster Palace is located in the city of Westminster in London and on the Thames river and it was a well used palace during Tudor England. The palace today is home to the English Parliament but has all the original interiors of the Tudor dynasty. Westminster has a famous clocktower known as Big Ben.
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  • Lambeth Palace


    Lambeth PalaceLambeth Palace is the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury and it is located not far from the Palace of Westminster.
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  • Tower of London


    Tower of LondonThe Tower of London is one of the oldest buildings in England. It was constructed by William the Conqueror in the 11th century and during its time has been both a palace and a prison and is best known as a prison. At the Tower of London the monarchs were prepared for their coronation and it is also home to the Crown Jewels. Two of Henry's wives were executed at the Tower these being Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard.
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  • Dover Castle


    Dover CastleDover Castle is a castle that is located on the Kent coast and it has mainly served as a defensive fortress against enemy invaders from the channel. From Dover tunnels were built allowing access straight to coast below.
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  • Hever Castle


    Hever CastleHever Castle is a beautiful castle located in the county of Kent. Hever was the childhood home of the Boleyn family and it was where Anne spent a lot of her time as a child. Hever has some of the prettiest gardens in England and it was believed it was here where Henry first met with Anne Boleyn upon his visit.
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  • Leeds Castle


    Leeds CastleLeeds Castle was built in the 12th century and in 13th century it came into the hands of Edward I who used it as a residence. It became one of his favourite residences. In the 16th century it became a dwelling for Henry viii first wife Catherine of Aragon.
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  • Sudeley Castle


    The Tudor Dynasty Img_2025Sudeley Castle was the home of Catherine Parr following her marriage to King Henry Viii. It is a beautiful building believed to have been built during the 15th century.
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  • Kimbolton Castle


    Kimbolton CastleKimbolton Castle is a country house located in Cambridgeshire. It was the final home of Henry viii's first wife Katherine of Aragon. It started life as a castle but was converted into a stately palace. It was here that Katherine of Aragon died in January 1536.
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    The Main Hall
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  • Allington Castle


    Allington CastleAllington Castle was a castle built in the 12th century but the place was torn down during the resurgence of the monarchy in the 13th century. Allington went on to be converted into a manor house.
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    The Infirmary
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    The Infirmary
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  • Beaumaris Castle


    Beaumaris CastleBeaumaris Castle was built by King Edward I as part of his campaign to conquer Wales in the 13th century. The Castle was not built on completely until around 1284 and eventually finished in the early 1300's following invasion threats.
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  • Eastnor Castle


    Eastnor CastleEastnor Castle is a castle located in the Herefordshire countryside and it has been for years the home of the Cocks family. It was built in the early 1500's by it's founder and has been updated over the years.
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  • Southampton Castle


    Southampton CastleSouthampton Castle is an old Castle that was built after the Norman conquest of England. It was mainly converted to stone in the 12th century and it played a keep part in trade deals before falling into disrepair in the 14th century and later as well.
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    The Dungeons
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  • Warwick Castle


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    Warwick Castle is one of the oldest castles in England. It was built by William the Conqueror and it was extracted from the base of a wooden fort. Warwick played a key part during the Wars of the Roses.

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  • Kenilworth Castle


    Kenilworth CastleKenilworth Castle is a castle located in Leicestershire that began it's construction in Norman times right through to Tudor era where new buildings were added to it. Here Robert Dudley held a great festivity for Elizabeth I. The castle was later ruined during the civil war.
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  • Bolebroke Castle


    Bolebroke Castle is a Medieval castle built in 1480. Henry viii stayed here whilst he was on his first hunting trip. It was believed it was from here at Bolebroke Castle that he began his courtship of Anne Boleyn.
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  • Croft Castle


    Croft Castle dates as far back as the 11th century and the present castle dates from the 14th century. Croft is the home of the Croft family from where it gets it's name.
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    The Entrance
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  • Thornbury Castle


    Thornbury Castle is a castle located in Gloucestershire. Work was begun on it in 1512 for the Duke of Buckingham, Edward Stafford and it mainly served as a fortress.
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  • Herstmonceux Castle


    Herstmonceux Castle is a brick built castle dating from the early 15th century. The construction began in 1441. In the 1540's the castle was confiscated by King Henry Viii before returning into the hands of its original family during his children reigns. The castle was dismantled in 1777 and later restored.
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    The Stables
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  • Bolton Castle



    Bolton Castle is a 14th century castle located in Yorkshire. The castle was built between 1378 and 1399 by the 1st member of the Scope family and is an example of a quadrangular castle. Bolton Castle was damaged during the English Civil War and the castle is still in the hands of the Scope family.
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    The Garden
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  • Wolfhall


    WolfhallWolfhall is an old manor house located in the town of Burbage in Wiltshire. For long periods of the Tudor dynasty it was the seat of the Seymour family of which one was Henry viii third wife Jane Seymour.
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  • Suffolk Place


    Suffolk PlaceSuffolk Place is a mansion located in the borough of Southwark in London. The house was built in the fifteenth century by the Duke of Suffolk Charles Brandon. Later the mansion was exchanged and given to Henry Viii in exchange for Norfolk Place in 1536.
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  • Kenninghall


    KenninghallKenninghall is an ancient manor house located in Norfolk. The house has been for many years the home of the Dukes of Norfolk given to the Howard family by the sovereign.
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  • Carrow Abbey



    Carrow Abbey is a former Benedictine Priory located in the southeast of England in the City of Norwich. The Abbey was granted a royal charter in 1146 by King Stephen. The Abbey was also very popular with the Dukes of Norfolk.
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  • Rochford, George Boleyn residence


    Rochford, George Boleyn residenceRochford Hall is a manor house located in Rochford Essex. During the reign of Henry Vii the residence belonged to Thomas Boleyn who was Viscount Rochford at the time. The hall was also the marital home of his daughter Mary Boleyn and later the residence became the home of George Boleyn.
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  • Blickling Hall


    Blickling HallBlickling Hall is a stately home located in Norfolk which is part of the Blickling Estate. The Hall became the residence of the Boleyn family in 1499 until 1505 when Thomas Boleyn acquired it. It was believed his children were born here too.
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  • Hatfield House


    Hatfield HouseHatfield House was built in 1497 by one of the chief ministers to Henry VII, Cardinal John Morton. Hatfield was the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth I and one of her favourite residences. It was hear it was believed she learnt of the death of her sister Mary in November 1558.
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  • York Place



    York Place is best known as being the home of the Archbishop's of York. It had a very close proximity to the king being located around Westminster and close to Whitehall. The last resident of York Place was Cardinal Wolsey who inherited the mansion in 1514.
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  • Buckingham House


    Buckingham HouseBuckingham house was built in the early 18th century for the Dukes of Buckingham and was one of the grandest residences in London.
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  • Grafton House


    Grafton Manor is located in Worcestershire and it was used in the reign of Henry II and Edward I for forest law. The manor dates back to before the Norman Conquest. Most residents of this manor held the position of Lord High Steward.
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  • Scotland

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    Main Entrance
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  • Edinburgh Castle


    A royal residence to Scottish monarchs from the time of David I throughout the Medieval and Tudor ages until the 17th century when it was principally used for army barracks. Bronze Age settlements have always been on the site of the dormant volcano Castle Rock. In Arthurian Legends, a shrine has been dedicated to Morgaine La Fee. Home to Mary Queen of Scots, Lord Darnley and James VI (& I)The Tudor Dynasty Img_2078
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  • Stirling Castle


    Early occupation as a Hill Fort. Construction started in 12th Century. The principal royal residence of the Stewart dynasty. Home to Kings James IV, James V and James VI.The Tudor Dynasty Img_2081
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  • Ethie Castle



    Ethie Castle dates to around 1300 when the monks of the nearby Arbroath Abbey built a sandstone keep. The castle passed through the hands of the Details Maxwell family and into the hands of the last Cardinal David Beating who was murdered in 1546. In 1665 the Carnegie family purchased the castle.
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  • Holyrood Palace


    The structure seen today was first started in the time of James IV and the royal apartments date to the 16th century. Home to Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley. Margaret Tudor and James VI married not far from the Palace and sometimes stay in the royal apartments on occasion.The Tudor Dynasty Img_2080
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  • Wales

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  • Pembroke Castle


    Pembroke CastlePembroke Castle is an old Medieval castle that was for many centuries the seat of the Earls of Pembroke. It was built in 1093 by a Welshman and has been a grade I listed building for 68 years.
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  • Ludlow Castle


    Ludlow CastleLudlow Castle is a ruined castle in Wales. It is believed to have been one of the first castles built in the Welsh Marches. It was here that Prince Arthur was given his own court when prince of Wales and here he died in 1502.
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  • Cardiff Castle


    Cardiff CastleCardiff Castle is a Medieval castle located in Wales. The castle was built in the 11th century by the Norman invaders on a hill where a Roman fort stood. From 12th century onwards it began to be built from stone. In the revolt of Owain Glendywr the castle was stormed.
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    Belfast Castle was built in the 12th century by the Normans and it was located in the town itself. The castle was home to the Barons of Chichester and the original Belfast castle was burnt down in 1708.
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  • Cahir Castle


    Cahir CastleCahir Castle is one of the largest castles in Ireland. It is situated on the river Suir. The castle was built in 1142 by Connor O'Brien. In the 14th century the castle was granted to the powerful Butler family who remodelled the castle in the 15th century.
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  • Castle Kildare


    Castle Kildare is a ruined castle located in Kildare in Ireland. The castle was built in the 12th century as an original motte and bailey Castle by Richard dear Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke.
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  • Castle of Keady


    Ready Castle is located in the town of Least in Northern Ireland. It is a fortress that is now a ruin that was located right on the border with the republic of Ireland.
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  • Castle Oliver



    Carpe Oliver is a Victorian Mock Castle that was built more for entertainment purposes than for defense. The lands where the castle stand were settled in 1658 by Captain Robert Oliver who was a descendant of Oliver Cromwell.
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  • Palace of Versailles


    Palace of VersaillesThe Palace of Versailles is the principal residence of the French monarchs especially from 1682 onwards. This remained the case right up until the French Revolution in the late 18th century. The palace was built on the site of and old church.
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  • Palace of Fointainebleu


    Palace of FointainebleuThe Palace of Fontainebleau is one of the largest of all French Chateaus. It dates from the earliest of 1137 and this Palace was a favourite residence of the French King's especially being used more of a hunting lodge. The palace also served as the royal residence of the French monarchs from Louis VII to Napoleon III. It was Francis I and Napoleon III who had most influence on the building.
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  • Palais Royal


    Palais RoyalThe Palais Royal was originally called the Palais Cardinal. The palace served as the main residence of Cardinal Richelieu in the 17th century. Construction on the palace began in 1633 and was completed in 1639. Following the death of the cardinal in 1642 the palace passed into the hands of the King. From 1649 the Palace became the home of the exiled Henrietta Maria wife of Charles I following his beheading.
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  • Luxembourg Palace


    Luxembourg PalaceLuxembourg Palace was originally built between 1615-1645 and was the royal residence of the Regent Marie de Medici the mother of Louis Xiii of France. Over the years the palace was remodelled and designed.
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  • Chateau de Rambouillet


    The Chateau dates back to 1368. On 31st March 1547 King Francis I of France died there in the room that was said to bear his name. In 1783 the Chateau became the property of Louis XVI and his wife Marie Antoinette.
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  • Chateau de Foix


    Chateau de FoixChateaux de Foix dates back to as early as 970 and it was built mainly as a fortress that played key roles in military history. The castle was able to resist many assaults especially from Simon de Monfort and it was only taken once in 1486.
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  • Chateau Gaillard


    Chateau GaillardChateau Gaillard is a Medieval Castle on which construction began in 1196 under Richard The Lionheart who was King of England and Duke Of Normandy. The Chateau took two years to build and in 1204 it was captured by King Phillip II after a long siege and in mid 14th century it became the home of the exiled King David I of Scotland. In 1599 King Henry IV of France ordered for it to be demolished.
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  • Chateau de Roquetillade


    Chateau de RoquetilladeThe original fortress was built back as far as the Emperor Charlemagne but it was in 1306 when King Edward I of England gave permission to Cardinal de la mothe to build a second fortress.
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  • Chateau Angers


    Chateau AngersOriginally Chateau Angers was built as a fortress by the Romans and it was in the 9th century when it became the property of the Counts of Anjou. During the 12th century the Chateau became the part of the Angevin dynasty and part of the Plantagenet kingdom of England.
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  • Chateau de Falais


    Chateau de FalaisChateau de Calais was the birthplace of William the Conqueror around 1028. The chateau would then pass into the hands of all his descendants following his accession to the English throne in 1066. The family held it until the 13th century when it was captured by Phillip II of France.
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  • El Escorial Palace


    El Escorial PalaceEl Escorial palace was once a monastery and a royal palace. The palace was a main palace of Phillip II of Spain who developed it as a commemoration to his victory. He also envisioned it as a center for study.
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  • Alcala de Hernares


    Alcala de HernaresAlcala de Hernares is the palace in which the first wife of Henry Viii was born. This was Catherine of Aragon. The property was owned by her parents Ferdinand and Isabella.
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    The Gardens
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  • Palacio Real


    Palacio RealThe Palacio Real is the official residence of the monarchs of Spain. The palace was built by Mohammed I between 860 and 880. After the expulsion of the Moors from Toledo the palace continued to be developed by Henry III and also Charles V renovated and extended the palace in 1537.
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  • Kingdom of Navarre



    The kingdom of Navarre was originally known as the Kingdom of Pamplona. It was a Basque based Kingdom in the northern part of Spain just south of the Pyrenees. The kingdom began to take form around the city of Pamplona during the days of the Iberian Reconquista.
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    Royal Chapel
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  • Kingdom of Castile



    The Kingdom of Castile was a very large kingdom and powerful state located on the Iberian peninsula. It was joined with the Kingdom of Leon and this became the most powerful Kingdom in Spain overruling that of Aragon. It became collectively known as the Crown of Castile.
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  • Sobroso Castle



    Sobroso Castle is a Medieval castle located in southern Spain. It was badly damaged and the castle became sissies only being restored in 1923.
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  • Palacio da Bolsa


    The Palacio Da Bolsa is located beside the St Francis Church of Porto which once formed part of the old convent of St Francis founded in the 13th century. Building work on the palace began in 1842 and eventually finished around 1850.
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  • Royal Palace


    The Royal palace is an 18th century palace located in Quelez in Portugal. The palace became the main retreat for Queen Maria I of Portugal and her king consort Dom Pedro of Braganza. Work on the Palace began in 1747 and it was even dubbed as the Portuguese Versailles despite being much smaller in size. From 1826 the palace slowly fell from favour with the Portuguese sovereigns.
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  • Kingdom of Naples


    The Kingdom of Naples comprised the part of the Italian Peninsula that was south of the Papal States between 1282 and 1816. The kingdom was created as a result of the War of the Sicilian Vespers in 1282 where it broke from Castile. The Kingdom was home to many members of the Angevin family and also that of the Aragonese family.
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  • Kingdom of Sardinia



    The Kingdom of Sardinia was a state in Southern Europe from the 14th century through to the 19th century. The Kingdom was founded in 1324 when the states of Sardinia was conquered by James II of Aragon. Following the union of the crowns of Aragon and Castile this kingdom became part of the vastly expanding Spanish Empire. In 1720 the island was ceded by the Hapsburg and Bourbon claimants to the Spanish throne to the Duke of Savoy.
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  • Kingdom of Tuscany



    The Kingdom of Tuscany was a grand Duchy that existed with interruptions from 1569 to 1859. The Kingdom replaced that of Florence and it was part of the Holy Roman Empire up until the kid 18th century. Tuscany was ruled by the Medici family until 1737.
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  • The Doge's Palace


    The Doge's Palace is a grand palace located in Venice that is the home of the Doge of Venice. The palace dates back as far as the 9th century. The palace was however destroyed by a fire and it was reconstructed in the 12th century.
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  • Copertino Castle



    Copertino Castle was originally built during the Norman period as a defensive fortress. It is rumoured that Isabella Queen of Naples was born here too.
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  • Quirinal Castle


    Quirinal Palace was built in 1583 by Pope Gregory XIII as one of his papal summer residences. The Palace was not fully completed until the 17th century. The Palace has been the home of 30 popes.
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  • Aragonese Castle


    Aragonese Castle was built in 474BC on which two fortified towers were added to prevent enemy attack. The castle was mainly used as a fortress throughout its history
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  • Neuwschanstein Castle


    Neuwschanstein CastleNeuschawanstein Castle was a 19th century Bavarian Romanesque Revival Palace that was commissioned by King Ludwig II as a retreat and to honour Richard Wagner. The castle was paid for out of his own personal fortune.
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  • Heidelberg Castle


    Heidelberg CastleHeidelberg Castle was built around 1214 and it was expanded in the later part of the 13th century. In 1537 a lightning bolt destroyed the upper part of the castle. It was further damaged by fire in the 17th century.
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  • Hohenzollern Castle


    Hohenzollern CastleHohenzollern Castle was first built in the 11th century but down the years it was built a further two times creating three castles in all. The castle was the seat of the Hohenzollern Dynasty.
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  • Wartburg Castle


    Wartburg CastleWartburg Castle was originally built in the middle ages. The castle was the home of St Elisabeth of Hungary. The castle was also the place where Martin Luther translated The New Testament of the Bible into German and this castle was the inspiration for King Ludwig II to build his grand Neuschawanstein Castle.
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  • Trausnitz Castle



    Trausnitz Castle is a Medieval Castle that was founded in 1204 by Duke Ludwig I. The castle was the home of the Wittlesbach dynasty and served as their ducal residence in Lower Bavaria from 1255-1503 and later served as the seat of the rulers of the whole of Bavaria.
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    Werningerode Castle was built in 1121 by Count Adalbert of Haimar. It became the residence of the Counts of Werningerode for many centuries.
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  • Nuremberg Castle


    Nuremberg Castle is a group of several Medieval buildings on a sandstone ridge. The castle was considered to be one of Europe's best fortifications. The Castle represented the power and the importance of the Holy Roman Empire.
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    Linderhof Palace is one of the prettiest palaces in Germany. It was built by King Ludwig II and it was the smallest of the three palaces he built. This one would be the only palace he would live to see it completed.
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