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Woudrichem enclosure overlay

Woudrichem enclosure overlay

Utrecht district enclosure (to be added to Netherlands enclosures file
Photo From http://www.vanuitdelucht.nl/
No rating yet02/02/2006284Google Earth Logo
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Zaltbommel enclosure overlay

Zaltbommel enclosure overlay

Utrecht district enclosure (to be added to Netherlands enclosures file)
Photo From http://www.vanuitdelucht.nl/
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Oudeschans Enclosure overlay

Oudeschans Enclosure overlay

Groningen district enclosure (to be added to Netherlands enclosures file)
Photo From http://www.vanuitdelucht.nl/
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Leeuwarden Enclosure overlay

Leeuwarden Enclosure overlay

Friesland district enclosure (to be added to Netherlands enclosures file)
Photo From http://www.vanuitdelucht.nl/
No rating yet02/02/2006356Google Earth Logo
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Bourtange enclosure overlay

Bourtange enclosure overlay

Drenthe district enclosure (to be added to Netherlands enclosures file)
Photo From http://www.vanuitdelucht.nl/
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Stirling Castle - with overlays

Stirling Castle - with overlays

With the exception of the Outer Defences, most of Stirling Castle dates back to the 100 year period between 1496 and 1583, and to the efforts of three Kings, James IV, V and VI and one of their Queens, Mary of Guise. But the Castle provided a home for Scottish Kings and Queens from the days of Alexander I (and probably earlier) until the Union of the Scottish and English Crowns under James VI.
No rating yet02/01/2006402Google Earth Logo
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Park Hill - Streatham

Park Hill - Streatham

One large house which survives is Park Hill, on the north side of Streatham Common, rebuilt in the early 19th century for the Leaf family.

It was latterly the home of Sir Henry Tate, sugar refiner, benefactor of local libraries across south London, and founder of the Tate Gallery at Millbank.
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Woudrichem - Fort Loevestein overlay

Woudrichem - Fort Loevestein overlay

Utrecht district fort (to be added to Netherlands Forts file)
Rating of 301/30/2006372Google Earth Logo
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Gorinchen - Fort Vuren overlay

Gorinchen - Fort Vuren overlay

Utrecht district fort (to be added to Netherlands Forts file)
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Schouven-Duiveland enclosure overlay

Schouven-Duiveland enclosure overlay

Zeeland district enclosure (to be added to Netherlands enclosures file)
Rating of 301/30/2006377Google Earth Logo
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Ijzendijke enclosure overlay

Ijzendijke enclosure overlay

Zeeland district enclosure (to be added to Netherlands enclosures file)
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Brouwershaven enclosure overlay

Brouwershaven enclosure overlay

Zeeland district enclosure (to be added to Netherlands enclosures file)
Rating of 301/30/2006287Google Earth Logo
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Langoiran Castle

Langoiran Castle

Built in the the 13th century by the Escoussans, the Langoiran Castle hold an important strategic position during the Hundred Years War.
It was successively the home of the Albret and the Montferrand families until the 16th century. Residing place of Tuillaume d'Affis, President of the Parlement of Bordeaux at the beginning of the 17th century, it was dismantled during the Fronde. Classi...
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Castle of Malle

Castle of Malle

Château de Malle is a classified historic monument and is an exquisite residence surrounded by magnificent Italian style gardens. Built at the beginning of the 17th Century by Jacques de Malle, descendant of an old Preignac family and President of the Parliament of Bordeaux, the Château has remained in the same family without ever changing hands. The estate enjoys, amongst other things, a privi...
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Carrickfergus Castle

Carrickfergus Castle

There are few buildings in Ireland with such well chronicled and fascinating long history as Carrickfergus Castle. It appears first in the official English records in 1210 when the notorious King John laid siege to it and took control of what was then Ulster’s premier strategic garrison. For more info:
http://www.irelandseye.com/aarticles/travel/attractions/castles/carrick.shtm
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Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace is the ancestral seat of the Duke of Marlborough and the birth place of Sir Winston Churchill. Not far away at St Martin's Church lies the grave of Sir Winston Churchill, who died in 1965 aged 90.
Rating of 3.66666666601/23/2006600Google Earth Logo
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Castell Coch

Castell Coch

Castell Coch (Red Castle in Welsh) was designed by William Burges for the 3rd Marquis of Bute.

It was built upon the remains of a genuine 13th century castle, overlooking the River Taff . It is visible from the M4 motorway and it often illuminated at night.

Completed in 1891.

It has an authentic medieval look to the exterior with a working portcull...
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Woburn Abbey

Woburn Abbey

One of the few large stately homes in UK that can be seen in high resolution. Woburn Abbey has been the home of the Dukes of Bedford for nearly 400 years.
The huge estate includes Woburn Safari Park.
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Hascombe Court

Hascombe Court

Hascombe Court was one of Radio DJ/TV presenter Chris Evans former homes.

It is a 172-acre estate located a few miles south of Godalming in Surrey, England.

Evans lived here with ex-wife Billie Piper for 4 years (2000-2004)

Evans & Piper were often seen visiting the local pub (The White Horse) in the nearby village of Hascombe.

Evans s...
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Baville Castle

Baville Castle

Built in 1625 by architect Villedo for Chrétien de Lamoignon ; The west end of the same style was built around 1675 as well as the outbuildings for his son Chrétien-François de Lamoignon.
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Sceaux Castle

Sceaux Castle

The Seigniory of Sceaux appears for the first time in the historical documents at the XVth century. The Potier family of Gesvres build a castle in 1597. Jean-Baptiste Colbert buys the field in 1670 and increases it considerably. Then, with the major artists of the time, André Ours, the Claude brothers and Charles Perrault, Antoine Lepautre, Charles Le Brun, François Girardon and Antoine Coysevo...
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Fontenay-les-Briis castle

Fontenay-les-Briis castle

Fontenay castle built in XVIIth century was pulled down and rebuilt in 1854. It was bought in 1937 by the RATP joint production committee under the leadership of the CGT trade union.
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Breteuil Castle

Breteuil Castle

Breteuil Castle has remained the property of the same family since it was built between 1604 and 1610. Previously, the same site was occupied by Gallo-Roman villas and later by a medieval fortress, of which only the dovecote tour remains. The Breteuil family closely served the kings of France throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. The ground floor, used at the present time for receptions, is ...
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Saint-germain-en-laye Castle

Saint-germain-en-laye Castle

Situated about fifteen kilometres west of Paris, the Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye was originally a royal residence. Louis VI the Fat built the first castle there in 1124, Saint Louis had a chapel built in the thirteenth century and Louis XIV was born there. In 1862, Napoleon III decided to restore the castle and use it for the national archaeological collections. Renovated by Malraux, it no...
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La Grange d Yerres Castle

La Grange d Yerres Castle

This castle was owned by Maurice Hermann, Comte de Saxe and Maréchal de France in 1748. Numerous memories of this great man remains in the galleries and specially battle and games scenes by Chevalier from designs by La Touche.
It was finally owned by Baron Gourgaud after Napoleon's death.
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