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  1. Windsor Castle grounds cover 52,609 square metres (13.000 acres) and combines the features of a fortification, a palace, and a small town. The present-day castle was created during a sequence of phased building projects, culminating in the reconstruction work after a fire in 1992.

  2. Windsor Castle is often used by The Queen to host State Visits from overseas monarchs and presidents. Foreign Heads of State enter the Castle in horse-drawn carriages through the George IV Gateway into the quadrangle in the Upper Ward, where a military guard of honour is drawn up.

  3. The Windsor Castle Discreetly stylish, authentically British – comfort and elegance combined' Situated between Notting Hill, Holland Park and Kensington, The Windsor Castle is a hidden gem amongst London’s myriad of pubs, and ahead of the game in providing the perfect setting for a truly memorable drinking and dining experience.

  4. On 20 November 1992, a fire broke out in Windsor Castle, the largest inhabited castle in the world and one of the official residences of Queen Elizabeth II.The castle suffered extensive damage and was fully repaired within the next few years at a cost of £36.5 million, in a project led by the conservation architects Donald Insall Associates.

  5. Oct 16, 2014 · Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and offers an extraordinarily rich and varied day out. Throughout its history, the Castle has been redecorated, enlarged and rebuilt.

  6. Windsor Castle ['wɪnzə 'kɑːsl], auf Deutsch auch Schloss Windsor, liegt in der englischen Stadt Windsor und ist das größte durchgängig bewohnte Schloss der Welt. Die Ursprünge von Windsor Castle liegen in der Zeit Wilhelms des Eroberers.

  7. Windsor Castle Farm was originally part of a 1450 acre parcel patented in 1637 by Arthur Smith, an ancestor of the town's founder, Arthur Smith IV. The purchase of land for the creation of this park was made possible through the generous contribution of Mr. Joseph W. Luter, III, founder and former CEO of Smithfield Foods.

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