7 Most Beautiful Castles In The World

7 Most Beautiful Castles In The World

There are many beautiful places in the world like forts, castles and old buildings. These are seven oldest castles in the world. If you are finding the largest castles in the world, then this is the perfect post for you. This information is collected from Wikipedia and 100% correct information. When you saw castles, your mind stuck with royalty, battles, and with power. These castles are a witness of history and battle, that how these castles are built to save people.

7) Mont Saint Michel, France:


Le Mont-Saint-Michel is an island commune in Normandy, France. Located one kilometer off the country’s northwestern coast. There is very few population in this castle. More than 3 million people visited every year. It has a dry land rocky tidal Island. Mont Saint-Michel consists of leucogranite. The site is  Irish hermit which is following the local community. It was used in sixth and seventh centuries. Also used by Romans in 460.

6) Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany


Neuschwanstein Castle Germany is built on 5 September 1869. Castle completed in c. 1886. Now the owner of this Castle is Bavarian Palace Department. Eduard Riedel is the architect built this castle. The castle was used as a home for King until his death. When the king died, the castle was open for public. After its opening for the public, 61 million people have visited Neuschwanstein Castle. More than 1.3 million people visit annually. Neuschwanstein is a castle of paradox. At this time, it is very controversial building.

Neuschwanstein actually means New Swan Stone. This castle was built for only one person the “King Ludwig II”. Ludwig King slept only 11 nights in this castle. Many rooms of the castle were inspired by Wagner’s operas. Durning construction the king never visit the castle. The castle is one of the most photographed buildings in the world. There are a beautiful wood bedrooms in the castle which were made by a fourteen carpenter for four years. In 2012, the castle appears in €2 commemorative coin.

5) Windsor Castle, England


Windsor Castle is a royal residence at Windsor in the English England. The castle was built in the 11th century after the Norman invasion of England by William the Conqueror. It’s one of the most famous castles in the entire world. Used with the royal family of England. Today in the time of advance architectural the royal family is lived in it. The castle is the longest occupied place in the Europe and one of the most visited places in England. Built on the small hill alongside river Thames. Henry, I attracted to this castle and want to use it. Durning English Civil war, the castle is also used as military purpose.

Charles II rebuilt castle Windsor in a baroque style. Durning World War 2, the castle is used by Royal family to save the family from German bombings. In 1992, the castle is burnt due to large fire but after some year it’s open to people.

4) Hohensalzburg Castle, Austria:


Hohensalzburg Castle sits at top of the Festungsberg, a small hill in the Austrian city of Salzburg. Castle is the property of Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg.  It is one of the largest medieval castles in Europe. Its length is about 250m and width is 150m.  Situated at an altitude of 506m. The construction of the castle is beginning in 1077. The major purpose of the building is to protect principality and the archbishops from hostile attacks. It’s a strong castle so, never been captured by foreign troops. It’s one of the Europe largest fortresses. The castle is surrounded by vast curtain walls. It’s never threatened by military forces. More visitors come here to view across Salzburg. In 1500, the castle rebuilt in a modern shape. The construction is continued between 1495 and 1520.

3) Kilkenny Castle, Ireland:


Kilkenny Castle is a castle in Kilkenny, Ireland. Originally built in 1195. Construction started in 1195 and complete in 1213. The main purpose is to built to control the fording-point of the River Nore and the junction of several routeways. The property is transfer to the people of Kilkenny in 1967 for £50. Now the castle is managed by Office of Public Works. The gardens surrounding it also open to the public. Strongbow first built a wooden castle in 1172. After 30 years, it rebuilt by stone by his son in law. Three of four towers are survived today. On the 2nd May 1922, the castle was occupied by Republican forces during the Irish Civil War. It’s one of the most recognized buildings in the Irland. The Butler family bought the castle in 1391 and lived there until 1935.

2) Miranda Castle, Belgium:


Château Miranda is located in a 19th-century neo-Gothic castle in Cells, province of Namur, Belgium. The Château was built in 1866 by the English architect Edward Milner. The construction of this tower is complete in 1907. It is now empty and closed for public, The top floor almost collapses. It is also known as Chateau de noisy or the Noisy Castle. When it was under construction, the architect died. The death is still a mystery, no one knows the reason. It is a four storied building. From 1950 to 1970s, the castle has used an orphanage and a holiday camp for children, children are from French and Flemish. From 1991, the owner of this Caste trying to find an investor and convert it as Hotel. It needs a huge fund for renovation and maintenance of the vast property.

1) Alcazar of Segovia, Spain:


The Alcázar of Segovia is a castle, located in Segovia, Spain. It’s one of the old stone fortresses in the Spain. Built-in 1120. Built for fortress later used for the royal palace. Its construction is finished in the time period of Emperor Alfonso VIII. The castle is the official residence for the Castile-Kingdom. The Alcazar is converted into a prison in the year 1762. In 1896, the Emperor Alfonso XIII convert it as a military college. This castle is one of the historical sites of Spain. The style of this fort is Arab fort, like Roman empire forts. The shape of the Castle is unique.

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