post castles in your country
Quite medieval, but that's what we got the most in my region
>tfw all castles in our country look like shit compared to all other european castles
Swede cucks had no idea how to build nice looking castles.
If it's castle, this would be castle too.
I love Finnish Castle.
It is Malbork. After war it looked like this: http://bi.gazeta.pl/im/84/02/ee/z15598212Q,Zamek-w-Malborku-zniszczony-po-wojnie.jpg
After II World War a lot of bricks from castle was used to rebuild destroyed Warsaw. In early 50's Polish goverment decided to rebuild rest of castle and make here museum, but after rebuild it never has been looking like original version.
alcazar de segovia 1/2
you don't have a song of jimi hendrix about the castle of your country
Too bad all iron age hillforts have been overgrown and abandoned for so long only half-buried ruins remain. There's more of them than there ever were medieval castles.
I believe this is the second largest or largest fort in the world.
yup, kind of like garlic against vampires
for some reason i really like those star forts, it's a shame nearly all of them are destroyed in Russia
what do you think of this town in the netherlands
We have a few standing ones, but I'd rather post a ruinous one. It reflects on the fight my people have been giving to various enemies through our history. It shows our struggling spirit and defiance, which makes all these ruins all the more appealing
This castle, for example, suffered everything from thunder, to oriental muskets, to modern bombs. Its inhabitants were, after Turks conquered it, slaughtered, displaced towards western Croatia or sent to Anatolia on forced labour. This happened to entire fortifications and castles, burgs, villages. Even if it had ten thousand people, Turks would take droves of people and settled them in Thrace/Anatolia
Yup. Wouldn't be surprised if it was
retarded copy of Japanese Hokkaido castle.
Paronella park in QLD. It's fucking tiny, but then it was built by one guy. Also abbos never figured out how to build a toilet, let alone a castle.
Castle of Bobruisk
The purpose of the castle is to take shelter from spooky ufo:s
There's only one surviving medieval castle left in Norway, and that's pic related. It started construction around 1290, and was finished somewhere in the early 1300's. The present castle today is a bit different from its earliest form, as it was extended during the 1500's to make it more efficient and also more like other fortresses of its time, a semi-starshape being added in the process. We would have had an even better castle if Swedes didn't take Bohuslän and start tearing the fortress there for no apparent reason.
Here's also a model of the original castle.
>113 replies and still no German poster
>113 replies and still no Neuschwanstein
"Burg" literally means castle. Neuschwanstein isn't a castle, granted. But Hohenzollern is.
And so is this: