English-speaking world

September 16, 2014


Warwick, county town of Warwickshire, is a pleasant blend of 16th- and 17th- century timbered buildings with 18- century brick. It's famous for its massive castle, but it also possesses several charming streetscapes, as well as an especially fine church chancel.
"Classic view" and River Avon
The magnificent 14th-century castle, beside the Avon River, is both medieval fortress and palatial mansion, set within a Victorian rose garden with peacocks and extensive parkland. 
Victorian Rose Garden

The Conservatory

Exhibits range from medieval weapons and armor to opulently furnished state rooms. Two waxwork presentations bring the history of the castle to life: Kingmaker - A Preparation for Battle, 1471 and A Royal Weekend Party, 1898.

Aerial View

Towering  above the River Avon at the foot of the town centre, Warwick Castle is locally proclaimed the "greatest medieval castle in Britain". 
South View

At Warwick Castle you can experience a thousand lifetimes in just one day!

1 comment:

  1. Ale zamczysko, przepiękne! I wydaje mi się, że nawet nie musiałabym wchodzić do środka, aby oglądać te wystawy, widok z zewnątrz by mi w zupełności wystarczył :D