Do your country has some impresive Palace of Royal Palace? If you think so, post it here.
we have lot of them, its kind of special heritage since during our kingdom days around 10% of males were nobles
I have German heritage and we have nice castels
This is perhaps one of the most famous ones we have here (but for me is very overrated).
Make way for the North American castles Euroniggers.
The king of the world lives here most of the time
Our royal family lives here. The actual royal palace in Stockholm is more like their place of work (and is also open to the public, usually).
Beaumont palace. Biggest Palace in England
no... it is the flag of navarre
Not only outside. But inside it's much better than your castles as well. qB^)
Despite living with plastic all your life you still can't differentiate between fake and the real thing.
Kind of like your economy.
Most of them? I dont know about statistics, but i know they burned some for sure, including one next to place where i used to live, at least the local castle survived.
But im sure a lot of them got looted and used as a place to stay.
This is basically a castle, but serves as a hotel.
This is the only royal palace in the United States.
That's not accurate. I'm not really interested in taking responsibility for your education, but suffice to say, Sweden in particular was one of the great powers of Europe for a long time before that.
not a palace but still...lovely italian styled city founded by rich noble familia
It's the biggest castle complex in Europe. Currently inhabited by our drunk-in-chief.
You know what?
Enough is enough.
This is now a /Canada/ thread.
Another one worth mentionning where several kings spent a lot of time
Scandie ideas are sound if you have a homogeneous society that respects itself. It's when random foreign fuckers come and wreak the place that Scandie ideas not only not work, but enslave the native population.
Oh and fuck I'm forgetting this one, only one that's been inhabitated by kings vor over 700 years. It used to be a fortress obviously 1000 years ago this palace wasn't there
>tfw Soviets killed most of palaces and castles in Russia
Did you know Kremlin was originally white during Empire?
It's the first most visited castle/palace in France I think
Yeah it's filthy luxurious just take a look at the entrance and you know it was the court of the Sun King
Did you know Karl Marx. The "warrior of the people" who fought for the rights of the proletariat ended up getting his maid pregnant and then threw her and the child out on the street?
But who knows Russbro. Maybe bright days will once again come to the Russian people in the future.
Well. This thread has taught me something.
Europe truly is a beautiful place. But not so much the place as the people. Even though kings, nobility and rich people lived in these palaces, the designs, labour and maintenance has all been done by the common beautiful people of Europe.
And now those very people are being attacked by their own incompetent leadership and by foreign savages that understand neither beauty nor hard work.
It would be a real shame to see all this value and history fall into darkness. A tree without firmly grounded roots is an easy victim for the vicious wind.
Just a shadow now tвн.
Pink (almost in the centre, near green) is what is left, destroyed by a half, lol.
Dunno, feels like we are in deeper and deeper shit, Russian culture keeps dying and dying thanks to our multi-culti programme of the government (support all cultures except Russian) and thank to Soviet programme which literally killed most of European cultures in former EMpire, but did everything it could to preserve dying small cultures of different churkas (so to show the other world that USSR cares about muh niggers and whatever, to import socialism to them).