Isabella’s Window, Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight England.  Countess Isabella de Fortibus inherited Carisbrooke Castle from her brother Richard de Redvers in 1262.

Isabella’s Window, Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight England. Countess Isabella de Fortibus inherited Carisbrooke Castle from her brother Richard de Redvers in 1262.

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Carisbrooke Castle is a historic motte-and-bailey castle located in the village of Carisbrooke, near Newport, Isle of Wight, england keats wrote poems here

About 3 miles off the southern coast of England is the Isle of Wight, which is home to the imposing Carisbrooke Castle. The landmark is where King Charles I was imprisoned by the English parliament in 1647

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About 3 miles off the southern coast of England is the Isle of Wight, which is home to the imposing Carisbrooke Castle. The landmark is where King Charles I was imprisoned by the English parliament in 1647

The Princess Beatrice Garden at Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight, UK. there has been a building on the site since pre Roman times. Charles I was imprisoned here prior to his trial in in 1649

The Princess Beatrice Garden at Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight, UK. there has been a building on the site since pre Roman times. Charles I was imprisoned here prior to his trial in in 1649

The Children of Charles I (by 1895). Margaret Dicksee (British, 1858-1903). Oil on canvas. Oldham Art Gallery. Charles I was imprisoned in Carisbrooke Castle for fourteen months before his execution in 1649. Afterwards his two youngest children, Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Princess Elizabeth, were confined in the castle, and Princess Elizabeth died there. Here the children have a lute and sheet music to pass the time.

The Children of Charles I (by 1895). Margaret Dicksee (British, 1858-1903). Oil on canvas. Oldham Art Gallery. Charles I was imprisoned in Carisbrooke Castle for fourteen months before his execution in 1649. Afterwards his two youngest children, Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Princess Elizabeth, were confined in the castle, and Princess Elizabeth died there. Here the children have a lute and sheet music to pass the time.

CARISBROOKE CASTLE - Isle of Wight

CARISBROOKE CASTLE - Isle of Wight

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