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10 Beautiful Villages To Visit In The Scottish Highlands (6)

10 Beautiful Villages To Visit In The Scottish Highlands

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The writing studio of of French novelist Alexandre Dumas at Port-Marly, near Paris, named the Château d'If after a setting from his novel, the Count of Monte Cristo. A separate building on the site of the Château de Monte-Cristo.

Picturesque Kreuzenstein Castle is situated on a hill about four kilometers north of the place where the Danube meets the Vienna Woods. It is a prominent landmark that captivates from afar. At 262 metres above sea level, this was an ideal location for a fortification.

Kreuzenstein Castle

By the marriage of the last daughter of the Saint-Hilaire family to the future imperial count Heinrich Wilhelm von Wilczek, Kreuzenstein passed to the house of Wilczek. Their descendants have been maintaining the rebuilt castle at great expense since

Brougham Castle, Penrith, Cumbria, England, founded in the 13th century by Robert de Vieuxpont

Brougham Castle, Penrith, Cumbria, England, founded in the century by Robert de Vieuxpont

Within the grounds of Prague Castle, kids can explore Gothic cathedrals, historic monuments and picturesque gardens.

Within the grounds of Prague Castle, kids can explore Gothic cathedrals, historic monuments and picturesque gardens. Prague- known as the "City of Spires".

Wray Castle is a Victorian Gothic country house overlooking Lake Windermere. It was built around 1840 by Dr Dawson, a prominent Liverpool surgeon. His wealth did not come from his surgery, however, but from an advantageous marriage to an heiress of a gin-making family. With his wife's fortune to back his predeliction for the 'picturesque' style of architecture so much in vogue in the mid

Wray Castle is a Victorian Gothic country house overlooking Lake Windermere. It was built around 1840 by Dr Dawson, a prominent Liverpool surgeon. His wealth did not come from his surgery, however, but from an advantageous marriage to an heiress of a gin-making family. With his wife's fortune to back his predeliction for the 'picturesque' style of architecture so much in vogue in the mid

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The original church was built in 1862 and only the walls remain today after a fire devastated the building in The roof and the interior was rebuilt in Architectural style: Victorian Gothic.

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