Berkeley Castle, England


                                     Ladies dressed in high end fashion of the 16th century.

This evening, I am posting information on Berkeley Castle which is situated about 130 miles west of London in the Bristol region.

Berkeley Castle has been occupied by the same (Berkeley) family for 900 years. The castle's origins date back to the 11th century when it was constructed as a Norman fortress. Edward II is reputed to have been murdered at Berkeley.Inside can be found a Great Hall, Norman Keep, State Apartments, furniture, rare paintings, tapestries and silver. Outside are eight acres of landscaped gardens. There is also an interesting Tropical Butterfly House.


 Aspect of the castle



 Castle courtyard



                                            Tropical butterfly


                                                        Tropical butterfly

Check castle website for opening times and other relevant information.



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