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Castle Duurstede - Utrecht, Netherlands - near the lost city of Dorestad - built around 1270 - midieval architecture - completely rebuilt 1459-1496 when it was given renaissance features - its Burgundain tower was added in the 1400s

Duurstede Castle, the oldest Medieval Castle in the Netherlands ~ (Dutch: Kasteel Duurstede) is a medieval castle in Wijk bij Duurstede in the province of Utrecht in the Netherlands.

Ardverikie Castle, Loch Laggan, Scotland

Autumn in Ardverikie (Scottish Highlands) by Jack Byers. Until the television series of "Monarch of the Glen", Ardverikie Castle was probably one of the least known and photographed, ancient buildings in Scotland. Located on the shore of Loch Laggan.

Schwerin Castle, Germany

Schwerin Castle

Palace Garden of Schweriner Schloss (Castle), Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The castle currently serves as the seat of the state parliament. by saturn ♄

Glamis Castle, near Dundee, Scotland

Glamis Castle stands in open Angus countryside some four miles south of Kirriemuir and five miles south west of Forfar, Scotland.

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Erice Castle, Sicily, Italy stop on my Travel Bucket list.Palermo, Sicily is where my family originated.

Burg Eltz Castle Perhaps the most famous of German castles, Burg Eltz Castle is a towering medieval structure located in a lush forest in the Lower Moselle Valley near Koblenz. The first mention of a Burg Eltz was in 1157. Burg Eltz Castle has remained in the same family ever since—for more than 30 generations.

Eltz Castle is a medieval castle nestled in the hills above the Moselle River between Koblenz and Trier, Germany. It is still owned by a branch of the same family that lived there in the century, 33 generations ago.

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