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I love the aged limestone mixed with the brick. Beautiful example of Georgian architecture with some Greek revival influences in the columns and the pedamnets above the windows: Old Westbury Redux

In County Kerry, Ireland, a castle near the villages of Kilgarvan and Kenmare

How amazing! The green countryside of County Kerry, Ireland ~slowly reclaims a castle near the village of Kilgarvan. Taking its present name from the Irish Cill Garbháin, or Church of St. Garbhan, Kilgarvan rests on the banks of the Roughty River.

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The Best of Culture in London

On to England! Big Ben - is the nickname of the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminister in London, England. Iconic and what England is most known for, so the Big Ben is a must see.

Rothesay Castle ~ 13th century castle said to be " one of the most remarkable in Scotland' on the Isle of Bute in western Scotland.

Rothesay Castle, Isle of Bute, Scotland. a keep was built with a wet moat and on a mound with a unique circular plan. Norsemen attacked in 1230 by cutting a hole with axes. In King Haakon captured it, then defeated in battle and the Stewa