View from the Top Terrace in the garden at Powis Castle, Powys, Wales, UK, taken at dawn. The view shows the 17th century Italianate terraces below, as well as the architectural features and statues. The garden at Powis has survived the 18th century reaction against the formality of earlier garden design, and Powis is thus one of the few places in Britain where a true baroque garden may still be fully appreciated.
KING HENRY VIII’S BEDCHAMBER It is traditionally believed that Henry VIII stayed at the Castle on several occasions during his courtship with Anne Boleyn. The panelling in this room, excluding the section over the fireplace, dates to the sixteenth century. The ceiling is the oldest in the Castle and dates from c.1462.