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Kastélyok Magyarországon Domina Csaba https://www.facebook.com/kastelyokmagyarorszag

Kastélyok Magyarországon Domina Csaba https://www.facebook.com/kastelyokmagyarorszag

This is Blarney Castle where the Blarney stone sits on the top. Gorgeous place with lovely gardens all around. - Highly recomment as a stop on your trip to Ireland - Irish Castle

Kiss that Blarney Stone! I am Irish after all! Blarney Castle with its moat, in Ireland. Home of the "Blarney Stone" where you bend over backwards to kiss the Blarney Stone to be bestowed with the gift of Eloquence.

The ruins of Winterfell

I swear this is- brick for brick- in Skyrim Ruins of Castle Karlsburg nearby Rheinbllen and Stromberg What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.

St Joseph's. A Catholic seminary school abandoned in the 90s following an allegation of sexual abuse from a pupil.

St Joseph's Seminary in Upholland, Lancashire, saw its last batch of pupils leave in 1992 and now the vast halls and dormitories hold just a few stark remnants of the hundreds of pupils that once flooded the halls.

Almourols Castle, Portugal

The Castle of Almourol is medieval castle, located on a small islet in the middle of the Tagus River, in the civil parish of Praia do Ribatejo, 4 kilometres mi) from the municipal seat of Vila Nova da Barquinha, in the Portuguese Centre Region.

Edinburgh Castle ~ Scotland

Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland- Looks so pretty but once inside it is a plain military garison. Still Edinburgh is my most favorite place in the world to travel to.

Lyveden is an unfinished Elizabethan house which has remained unchanged for over 400 years. It was abandoned in 1605 when its creator Sir Thomas Tresham died and his son became embroiled in the Catholic gunpowder plot. Oundle, England

Lyveden New Bield is an unfinished Elizabethan house which has remained unchanged for over 400 years. It was abandoned in 1605 when its creator Sir Thomas Tresham died and his son became embroiled in the Catholic gunpowder plot.

St Dunstan-in-the-East was a Church of England parish church on St Dunstan's Hill, half way between London Bridge and the Tower of London in the City of London. The church was destroyed in the Second World War and the medieval ruins are now a public garden.

Originally built around St-Dunstan-in-the-East was a Church of England parish on St. Dunstan’s hill, halfway between London Bridge and the Tower of London. The church was severely damaged during the Blitz, with only the tower, steeple, and north and

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