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  • Holyrood PalaceThe Queen’s official residence in Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Amalienborg PalaceThe home of the Danish Royal Family since 1794.
  • Chateau d'IfThe famous castle that was the setting of Alexandre Dumas' novel "The Count of Monte Cristo".
  • Kronborg CastleOne of the most important Renaissance castles in Northern Europe, part of UNESCO World Heritage since the year 2000.
  • Sant Angelo CastleWith its unmistakable contour and scenic position along the Tiber river, Sant Angelo Castle is one of Rome's famous attractions.
  • Château de VersaillesA great example of French architecture, with an 18,000 square meters gallery, making it the largest history museum in the world.
  • Hadrian’s WallThe first fortification built across Great Britain, running for 117 kilometers (73 miles) across the country.
  • Belfast CastleSituated 120 meters (400 feet) above sea level, the castle provides magnificent views of the city.
  • Château de Sully-sur-LoireRising from the moat, with pointed towers and a drawbridge, this castle looks like it just got out of a story book.
  • Chateau d'UsseJust a two hour ride from Paris, on the Loire Valley, this fairy tale castle awaits its visitors.
  • Chateaudun CastleOverlooking the Loire river, settled on a limestone cliff, Chateaudun Castle offers an incredible view of about thirty kilometers.
  • Blair CastleA great destination in Scotland, one of the country's most visited attractions.
  • Scone PalaceA major attraction in Scotland, an extraordinary palace, with a rich history.
  • Dunrobin CastleAn outstanding 189 room castle in Scotland, home to the dukes of Sutherland for more than 800 years.
  • Balmoral CastleSituated in the Scottish Highlands, this Victorian castle is one of the Queen's of England private residences.
  • Dunnottar CastleVisit the ruins of a medieval castle, situated on a cliff top in a stunning setting.
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