The New Castle of Manzanares el Real, also known as Castle of los Mendoza, is a palace-fortress erected in the century in the town of Manzanares el Real (Community of Madrid, Spain), next to the reservoir of Santillana at the foot of Sierra de Guadarr
Buchanan Castle Ruin of large Scottish Baronial mansion, designed by William Burn, 1852-8. Built for the Duke of Montrose to replace an earlier house which burnt down in 1850. It became a hotel in 1925, and was then used as a military hospital during the 2nd World War. Hitler`s deputy, Rudolf Hess, was treated here briefly after his plane crash-landed in Scotland in 1941. To avoid paying rates (property tax) the roof was removed and the castle partially demolished in 1954.
The Ruins of Milkbank House, Kettleholm by penlea1954 Milkbank House is the historic home of the Bell-Irving family and has been derelict since circa 1960. The Annandale way runs past the front of the house
St Andrews Castle. The first castle was built by Bishop Roger de Beaumont about 1200 as a fortress and palace for the bishop, later becoming an archbishop's residence. It has also been home to the English king, host to parliament, a state prison, royal birthplace and witness to sieges and infamous deeds.
The Bishop's Palace, Kirkwall was built at the same time as the adjacent St Magnus Cathedral in the centre of Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland, was being constructed, and housed the cathedral's first bishop, William the Old of the Norwegian Catholic church who took his authority from the Archbishop of Nidaros (Trondheim). The ruined structure now looks like a small castle.