What European castles looked like before turning into ruins

Due to quarantine, trips were canceled, but no one forbids you to go on a virtual tour. How about admiring the most chic castles in Europe during their heyday?

Today, many castles are in ruins. But Budget Direct hired designers and architects to recreate their former grandeur with computer visualization . What European castles looked like before turning into ruins →

Budget Direct hired designers and architects to recreate their former grandeur with computer visualization . What European castles looked like before turning into ruins


 
“Millions of people across the globe are home-bound due to quarantine. This project provides a small outlet and allows you to travel without leaving your seat, ”company representatives say.


1. Samobor Castle (Samobor, Croatia).

Samobor Castle (Samobor, Croatia).

Samobor Castle (Samobor, Croatia).

2. Château Gaillard, (Les Andelys, France).
Château Gaillard, (Les Andelys, France).

Chateau-Gaillard (Les Andelys, France).

3. Dunnottar Castle (Stonehaven, Scotland).
Dunnottar Castle (Stonehaven, Scotland).

Dunnottar Castle (Stonehaven, Scotland).

4. Menlow Castle (Galway, Ireland).
Menlow Castle (Galway, Ireland).

Menlow Castle (Galway, Ireland).

5. Olsztyn Castle (Olsztyn, Poland).
Olsztyn Castle (Olsztyn, Poland).

Olsztyn Castle (Olsztyn, Poland).

6. Spissky Castle (Spisske Podhradie, Slovakia).
Spissky Castle (Spisske Podhradie, Slovakia).

Spissky Castle (Spisske Podhradie, Slovakia).

7. Poenari Castle (Wallachia, Romania).
Poenari Castle (Wallachia, Romania).

Poenari Castle (Wallachia, Romania).

1 comment:

  1. Interesting. The vitrified forts of Scotland bear some investigation.

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