Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Part of the castle has been restored but much work is needed to be done.
The gardens are really special.
Each courtyard had a different style of fountain in the middle.
Part of this area has been restored.
Archways and balconies.
A road in the castle.
A view of a courtyard.
Along the edge.
Looking down into a courtyard.
Along the roadway on the top front edge of the castle.
Another fountain. It's amazing to see these huge trees inside the castle courtyards.
A carved motif with words of welcome.
A cannonball, they have them all over the place!
All kinds of doors that made you want to just keep exploring. Unfortunately most of the doors were closed. Hopefully one day I will get another chance to see inside the castle. It was a wonderful opportunity today.
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