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ESTERHAZY PALACE INTERIOR | 1000+ images about Castles & Palaces of Hungary on Pinterest

ESTERHAZY PALACE INTERIOR | 1000+ images about Castles & Palaces of Hungary on Pinterest

Whitehall Palace, built by King Henry VIII. Whitehall Palace is a former royal palace in the City of Westminster, London. Between its rise in the 1530s and its destruction by fire in 1698, it was for much of its existence the largest of the English sovereign’s residences.

Whitehall Palace, built by King Henry VIII. Whitehall Palace is a former royal palace in the City of Westminster, London. Between its rise in the 1530s and its destruction by fire in 1698, it was for much of its existence the largest of the English sovereign’s residences.

Beaufort Castle near Inverness - home to the Fraser clan until it had to be sold off due to family tragedy 1994.

Beaufort Castle near Inverness - home to the Fraser clan until it had to be sold off due to family tragedy 1994.

Red yellow glowing Moscow, Terem Palace, the Throne Room via tristarmedia.com

Red yellow glowing Moscow, Terem Palace, the Throne Room via tristarmedia.com

Budapest, Hungary has relaxing bath places (like swimming pools), and a lot of history and beauty like this lovely castle. Plus, the city is on the water!

Budapest, Hungary has relaxing bath places (like swimming pools), and a lot of history and beauty like this lovely castle. Plus, the city is on the water!

Zwinger Palace was built in Dresden, the capital of Saxony, during the reign of Augusts the Strong in the year 1709, and has been famous ever since for it's stunning baroque architecture.

Zwinger Palace was built in Dresden, the capital of Saxony, during the reign of Augusts the Strong in the year 1709, and has been famous ever since for it's stunning baroque architecture.

Linlithgow Palace . Scotland A royal manor existed on the site in the 12th century.[1] This was replaced by a fortification known as 'the Peel', built in the 14th century by English forces under Edward I. The site of the manor made it an ideal military base for securing the supply routes between Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle. The English fort was begun in March 1302 under the supervision of two priests, Richard de Wynepol and Henry de Graundeston.

Linlithgow Palace . Scotland A royal manor existed on the site in the 12th century.[1] This was replaced by a fortification known as 'the Peel', built in the 14th century by English forces under Edward I. The site of the manor made it an ideal military base for securing the supply routes between Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle. The English fort was begun in March 1302 under the supervision of two priests, Richard de Wynepol and Henry de Graundeston.

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