• Kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle. #Ireland
  • Dalhousie Castle is a castle in Midlothian, Scotland. Dalhousie Castle is situated near the town of Bonnyrigg, 8 miles south of Edinburgh. The castle was the seat of the Earls of Dalhousie, the chieftains of Clan Ramsay.
  • Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
  • ~ Pierrefonds Castle. is a castle situated in the commune of Pierrefonds in the Oise département (Picardy) of France. It is on the southeast edge of the Forest of Compiègne, north of Paris, between Villers-Cotterêts and Compiègne.
  • Křivoklát Castle, Czech Republic. #sothebysliving If this photo has been posted in error, please contact us and we will remove it. Thank you.
  • Nunney Castle is a castle in Nunney, Sommerset, England, built by Sir John DeLamare in late 14th century
  • Caernarfon castle in Wales
  • An old castle in Ireland. I neeeeed to go here.
  • Beaufort Castle, Luxembourg
  • Nunney Castle, Somerset - Built in the late 14th century by Sir John Delamare, the moated castle's architectural style, possibly influenced by the design of French castles, has provoked considerable academic debate.
  • Medieval Castle Architecture  The Crusades (1095–1291)  Tripoli, Syria  Perimeter wallof the Krak des Chevaliers, given to the Hospitaler Order in the 1140's & rebuilt in several successive phases through ca.1250.  Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History  The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Castle in Wales. NO it's not. Apparently it's in  Slovakia-Bojnice says  Zuzana Spacir
  • #Beautiful photography# Dutch Castle, Utrecht, Netherlands garden castle royalty historical netherlands architecture dutch
  • Neuschwanstein Castle ~ Top 10 Most Fascinating Castles
  • Santuario de las Lajas, Basilica Church, was built in a Gothic Revival style inside the Canyon of the Guaitara River located in Colombia, South America. by joshua royal
  • The Loire Valley (French: Vallée de la Loire, pronounced: [va.le də la lwaːʁ]), spanning 280 kilometres (170 mi), is located in the middle stretch of the Loire River in central France. Its area comprises about 800 square kilometres (310 sq mi).[1] It is referred to as the Cradle of the French and the Garden of France due to the abundance of vineyards, fruit orchards (such as cherries), and artichoke and asparagus fields, which line the banks of the river.
  • Château  Pierrefonds, France