Castle Rising

 Hi Traveleros!
As I told you, I am back to the UK, so I thought to show you one more Castle that we have in Norfolk, the region where I live.

¡Hola Traveleros!
Como os dije, estoy de vuelta en Reino Unido, así que esta vez pensé en mostraros un castillo más que tenemos en Norfolk, la región donde vivo. ¡Últimamente no hago más que visitar castillos!

This Castle is one of the most famous 12th Century castles in England, it is a ruined medieval fortification in the village of Castle Rising. It was built soon after 1138 by William d'Aubigny II. He constructed Castle and its surrounding deer park, a combination of fortress and palatial hunting lodge. It was inherited by William's descendants before passing into the hands of the de Montalt family in 1243. The Montalts later sold the castle to Queen Isabella, who lived there after her fall from power in 1330. Isabella extended the castle buildings and enjoyed a regal lifestyle where she rised her son, Edward III.

Este castillo es uno de los más famosos del siglo XII en Inglaterra, es una fortificación medieval en ruinas en el pueblo de Castle Rising. Fue construido poco después de 1138 por Guillermo II. Él construyó el castillo con una combinación de la fortaleza y de la caza de palacio. Fue heredado por los descendientes de Guillermo antes de pasar a manos de la familia de Montalt en 1243. Los Montalts vendieron más adelante el castillo a la Reina Isabel después de su caída del poder en 1330. Isabel amplió los edificios del castillo y gozó de un estilo de vida real donde vivió con su hijo, Eduardo III.

 The castle passed to the Howard family in 1544 and it remains in their hands today, the current owner being a descendant of William D'Albini II, the norman baron who raised the castle.

Near Castle Rising, we can see the Summer Palace of Queen Elizabeth in Sandrigham but it is closed to visitors during the winter so I will show you this Palace another time.

Cerca de Castle Rising, podemos ver la Residencia de Verano de la Reina Isabel, Palacio de  Sandrigham, pero está cerrado a los visitantes durante el invierno, así que os enseñaré este Palacio en otra ocasión.

Royal Door at Sandringham House, a Palace where Queen Elizabeth lives part of the year.

Sandringham Estate
           Fur Coat from Quiz
           Top HM
           Denim Skirt New Look
           Boots Clarks
           Sunglasses Boots UK
          Leather Gloves Karen Millen

Have a lovely week everyone! Thanks in advance for your comments, they are really much appreciated.

¡Feliz semana a todos! Gracias de verdad por todos vuestros comentarios que me encantan.


OutfitInLeather said...

¡Nos encanta el look! Las botas y la chaqueta te quedan super bien. Y los guantes pintan genial: Sencillos y elegantes.

¿Podemos compartir este look? ¡Gracias!


Pequena con estilo said...

Muy chulo el castillo y las fotos
Me encanta el outfit
Besos guapa

nuria said...

Claro que lo podéis compartir 😊😘

Launna said...

Nuria, I like the cute little Jean skirt... it looks great paired with the high boots xox

I love the idea of walking through old castles, imagining what peoples lives were like back then. As regal as castles can be I'm pretty sure I wouldn't want to live in one... heating it wouldn't be fun :-) xox ♡

Mrs.Rose said...

Beautiful photos

Have a nice day! :)

nuria said...

I love walking the castles but yes they are quite cold and this one would need a lot of work before living in it 😅

Alice said...

love this place, it looks magical!

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Marjorie said...

Pero en Norfolk hay un montón de lugares interesantes... qué gran descubrimiento!

nuria said...

Voy a hacer famoso a Norfolk con todos mis reportajes, verdad? Jajaja
Es una región muy bonita en Inglaterra 😊

KireiKana said...

I dream to go there ** thank you for amazing photos!


bagsandheels said...

Lovely pics

Paola Lauretano said...

Amazing place and lovely outfit!
Kisses, Paola.

The Weird Style said...

Qué bonito el castillo. :) Sitios como este están genial para pasar el día y hacer unas cuentas fotos bonitas. Me ha gustado mucho el lugar y la historia. ¡Un saludo!

bambolai said...

Spectacular Castle! I am in love with this place.
You look super cute in this outfit dear.

Silvia Negretti said...

Such interesting and original castle! English style is pretty different from Italian and French style I'm use to, so those architectures are so fashinating to me!
Beautiful photos!
I love your outfir as well, you're the most stylish tourist ever, sweetie! :D

Dianne Tho said...

ayyyy, con lo que me gusta a mi un castillo, me han encantado estas fotos, he conseguido teletransportarme contigo
y qué gustazo de tiempo habéis pllado

nuria said...

Tienes razón, si sale un fin de semana bueno me encanta hacer pequeñas excursiones, hay mucho que ver cerca de casa también! 💗

nuria said...

Aww Thanks Silvia! 😊😘

nuria said...

Al estar cerca de casa, elegimos días que haga bueno para las pequeñas excursiones, aunque esté fuera pequeño a mi los castillos me fascinan 😍

Unknown said...

Beautiful photos! The castle looks lovely! :) xx

Ivana Split said...

This castle looks amazing! I would love to visit it. Good to know that it is in good hands. It is very sad when castles get left on their own. This one at least belongs to a family...and I'm assuming tourists visit it too? :)

I love to visit historical sights, I always find them to be very inspiring. English history is quite interesting, isn't it? All the fights between the different royal houses and opposing nobles...but I suppose that could be said for European history in general. I always love reading about history...and there always seems to be more fascinating historical figures to discover!

Red Rose Alley said...

This is a charming old castle. I really like the picture of you with the sepia tone, it's lovely.

Happy International Women's Day, to a special woman in blog land.

love, ~Sheri

Miriam Just For Real Girls said...

Un look genial, favorecedor y sencillo! Me encanta para hacer turismo, que por cierto... ¡un lugar precioso!
Besos desde

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Czarna Kawa said...

nice!: )

La Casa Atelier said...

Que castillo mas bonito, preciosas fotos

Annie L said...

Wow, amazing ruins! Great photos.
xo Annie
New England Romance

Gabrielle said...

Such an amazing castle - I adore places like this! Your outfit was perfect for exploring the site in; I love the black sheer top - you look beautiful :)

Наталия Годунова said...

I love history and castles, beautiful photos

patricia sanchez said...

Que lugar mas bonito, me ha enamorado por completo!
Te espero por mi nuevo post cielo, mil besos!

crafty-zone said...

Great photos, this castle looks amazing, I'd love to visit it too :) What about the outfit, I really like your black top :)

Have a lovely Friday dear,

The Dainty Dolls House said...

What a super place, gorgeous x

nuria said...

Aww thanks a lot Sheri, happy day to you too 😘😘😘

nuria said...

Thanks a lot Gab 😊😘

Rhonda Albom said...

It's interesting that these castles are built close to each other. The royal family must like the neighbourhood :) . Unfortunate that the castle fell into disrepair. It looks magnificent.

Unknown said...

Great Photos! Lovely location!

alessandra said...

Great pictures and beutiful location

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have an happy day, kisses

Roberta Romeo said...

Such a stunning place to visit! ^-^

nuria said...

Aww Thanks very much for your comments!!! 💗💗

Unknown said...

qué chulo el castillo y parece que se mantiene en un estado bastante original!

Beauty Unearthly said...

Excellent post (as always)!Thank you very much :)
lovely location