Windsor Castle (2/6)

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One of the many royal residences both former and present dotting the country’s landscape, the magnificent estate of Windsor Castle, whose namesake it shares with the reigning royal family, embodies the very spirit of the British tradition. Construction began in 1070, and since then the castle has been a family home to British kings and queens for a thousand years. With the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on the horizon, business is booming for the Royal Collection Trust which runs the day-to-day tourist attractions of the castle. Being the largest occupied castle in the entire world, Windsor boasts a host of different complexes and intricately designed interiors with a range of architectural themes. It also possesses a vast treasure room, which hosts priceless relics, artifacts and paintings. Tickets can be expensive, but given the majesty of the exhibit and the experiences it has to offer, we can assure you it is more than worth it!

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