3.A castle in the water in Germany Not huge, not impressive by its environment, but is original for being "in the water". The Mespelbrunn Castle is among the most visited water castles of Germany for her appearance as "tale" in the midst of a forest and a pond which reflected good. It is located in the vicinity of Mespelbrunn.
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Image Christian Bobadilla Ira Smirnova 5.A castle on an island in Scotland Relatively easily accessible when the tide is low, the Castle Stalker is a site literally film, and in fact, has participated as a location in movies Monty Python or Highlander. With his ghostly appearance and with a mountain landscape, is one of the postcards of Scotland, also having some seven centuries of history. It is privately owned and rarely is usually open to the public.
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6.A castle away from Europe. Castles are not only in Europe , but perhaps the most unexpected is the Castle of Gondar, Ethiopia. And in the country, there was a time when the emperors, tired of the nomadic life, decided to build a comfortable place to spend some time. For nearly four centuries, born Castle and walled city of Gondar certainly a surprise to those who visit as a postcard unexpected finding of Africa:
Gusjer ctsnow Sam Effron Katie Hunt mK B. 7.And a castle in a river in France Built on a small island on the river, the Castle of Azay-le-Rideau was completed in 1527, and after changing hands several times, was acquired by the government francésy open to the public as an example of French Renaissance building. Located in the Indre-et-Loire department.