More and more film and television subjects appear in a variety of ancient castle buildings, today we also take you to enjoy some very special ancient castles, they have a strange location, some of the bizarre shape ......
1、St. Michael's Hill
This rocky island is about 365 meters from the Cornish coastline. St. Michael's Hill is not a traditional castle, but the ancestral home of a baron.It can only be reached by foot or boat at low tide, so its location surrounded by sea makes it look like it is floating on the horizon.
Location: Bavaria, Germany
Neuschwanstein Castle, also known as "Snow White Castle", is a mythical castle with white walls and blue roof, located in the small town of Fussen, Texas in the Alps.
It is one of the symbols of Germany, with its dreamy atmosphere, countless pictures of swans, and the sunken lake surrounding the castle, which is as picturesque as a fairyland on earth.
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh itself is one of the most famous haunted cities in England. Edinburgh Castle was built in 1571, and from the time it was built until the 18th century, the castle was war-torn and scarred, so there are many legends about ghosts, crime, and murderous dismemberment.
Spooky things in the castle include the headless drummer that was first discovered, as well as magic balls, a sudden drop in indoor temperature, and the feeling that someone is tugging on your clothes in the prison and gallows area, etc. .....
4、Zebu Gnu Castle
Location: Rajasthan, India
Located in the Indian state of Rajasthan, Bhanga Castle is so eerie that the Indian government forbids visitors to enter after sunset.
Not only the castle, in fact, the entire town is haunted. A once large village was empty shortly after it was built. And no one knows exactly why. The locals even said, in a mysterious way, that the tourists who spent the night in the castle never came out again.