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Most Beautiful Castles in the World

Have you ever wanted to travel back in time and visit some of the most gorgeous castles in the world? 

Have you ever imagined what it would be like to explore these magnificent structures? I certainly have, and that’s why I decided to write this section. 

My list only includes castles that are open for the public to visit. There are many other beautiful castles around the world that can’t be visited, and I don’t want to feature any of those amazing structures in my article. 

So on your time-traveling trip, make sure to keep your passport with you! 

Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. 

The palace was commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and as an homage to Richard Wagner

Ludwig paid for the palace out of his personal fortune and by means of extensive borrowing, rather than Bavarian public funds.

Edinburgh Castle

This makes it 1000 years older than Stonehenge and 600 years older than England's castle Towcester. The castle was used as a prison until the early 17th century ­ one man who was imprisoned here was Sir Walter Raleigh. During his time in jail he wrote The History of the World. Today the castle is open to the public but there are parts of it which you can only visit if you are invited by royalty.

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle, Kent is a medieval castle re-built in the 19th century. It was originally built in the late 11th century before being destroyed in 1191. It is located in the village of Leeds, Kent and is a popular tourist attraction, receiving visitors from all over the world. The ruins of Leeds Castle are available to explore 7 days per week for guests who wish to view them – there is no admission fee for visiting.

Hohenzollern Castle

Hohenzollern Castle is a medieval fortress near the town of Hechingen in southwest Germany. It is set atop a rugged, steep hill beside the Aichelberg in the northern Odenwald forest

The castle site covers 30,000 square metres, and comprises three sections:  the Upper Castle (Grosse Burg), consisting of the keep and chapel, built from 1160 to 1170 and well-known for being perched on top of the "berg";  the Middle Castle (Mittlere Burg), with a residential tower located towards the front of the mountain; and  the Lower Castle (Untere Burg), which contains various buildings that were added over time.

Chillon Castle

Chillon Castle is a castle in Switzerland built on a rock pinnacle in the early 1300s. It has one of the most commanding views of any castle on Earth. The castle is located on Lake Geneva but you wouldn’t know it by looking at it. 

The only way to access the castle was via a small bed of rocks which meanders from a dense forest. A small army would have immense trouble attacking this fortress especially if they had to carry their supplies up. However, these things don’t really matter because Chillon is not built for battle. Chillon Castle was built for one purpose: Escape .

Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle sits on the coast of north Wales, about five miles from Llandudno. Its walls are 30 feet thick at the base and surrounded by a 40 feet wide moat. It's set within a town where many of the buildings are made from the same interlocking red bricks.

I've visited Conwy Castle several times over the years and it's a place that I hope to revisit in the future. 

As you approach from either direction, be it via Cardiff from London or south towards Dublin, you can't help but be impressed by its size and striking appearance. If you want proof of its beauty, visit at dusk when it glows red under the sun's rays.

But the castles I mentioned above are real castles. But The generator I made which I call it castle name generator, produces fictional castles. 

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