Castles Abbeys

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  • Castles On The Web - A really superb site which is probably the premier castles site on the Web. It gives a comprehensive listing of links to castles and historical buildings all over the world. Plenty of information on hundreds of buildings and most things historical, you can even vote on how you enjoyed each link visited.


  • StudyWeb.Com - StudyWeb is one of the Internet's best sites for educational resources for students and teachers. Their reviewers have searched the Internet to select the best sites to be included in their listing of educational links on all subjects.


  • Scottish Castles - An award winning site that features purely Scottish Castles, towers and fortified houses, as well as information and links on just about anything Scottish.


    ORB - An online ref book for Medieval Studies. This is an academic site written and maintained by medieval scholars and contains a wealth of excellent material for the casual reader and academic alike.


  • NewYorkCarver - Gothic architecture and engineering at its finest with links to dozens of online cathedral tours. A nicely designed site which includes a free weekly guide to 'What's New and Cool in the Middle Ages.


  • Calligraphy and Heraldry - Neil Bromley is a Heraldic Artist, Calligrapher and Illuminator. These pages are a showcase for his stunning work, which includes family crests and shields, full coats of arms, freedom scrolls, and medieval miniatures to reproductions of manuscript pages.


  • Medieval - What it says, all about Medieval History with all sorts of information available. An interesting site put together with a lot of thought by the history webguide.


  • A listing of medieval fortifications of England and Wales - An excellent amateur site that is designed to be a comprehensive listing of all the medieval castles, castle sites, fortified houses, urban and coastal defences and other fortifications of England and Wales. The site also contains a huge list of sources and downloadable archives, on what must be the most complete web site listing available on the world wide web (This site was previously know as Castellarium Philippis)


  • The Heritage Trail - The authors of this site have travelled extensivly throughout the UK and their site contains a lot of infomation on Cathedrals, Abbeys and Priories. Details of sites ranging from the Stone Age to Victorian Period can also be found here along with some fine Photos and Artwork from the author.


  • British History Homepage - A nicely designed amateur site that covers various topics in history including the Romans, the Hundred Years War, the Wars of the Roses, the English Civil War and the Napoleonic Wars with France. Recent additions include World War II. There is also some information on re-enactment groups available here.


  • WeddingVenues Dot Com - There are more than 3,500 licensed, civil wedding venues in the UK, and it can be quite a task for the bride and groom to find, visit and choose that ideal wedding venue. has been designed to take the pain out of the search.


  • TimeRef - An unusual but interesting and useful site. It follows the history of Medieval Britain from the time of Alfred the Great, through the Norman Conquest and up to the start of the Tudor Age. Detailed Timelines contain events for years between 800 and 1499AD, giving 3-D diagrams and plenty of other useful learning tools.


  • English Heritage - Their own web site listing all their properties with admission details, but only a few pictures.


  • The National Trust - Another valuable site listing all their properties and details of admission, but again only a few pictures.


  • Castles of Britain - This site is dedicated to the promotion and study of British Castles. The site features a photo gallery, learning center, a map room, castle listings, but charge for some of their services.


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