Windsor castle interior

Step inside the historic Windsor Castle and explore its captivating interior. Experience the grandeur and elegance of this royal residence that has stood the test of time.
The sequence of rooms built at Windsor for Charles II and his Queen, Catherine of Braganza, between 1675 and 1678, formed the grandest sequence of baroque State Apartments in England. They contain some of the most important works of art in the Royal Collection, many of them in the historic settings for which they were originally commissioned. Alongside magnificent examples of porcelain, furniture and paintings, visitors can also see displays of arms and armour, silver gilt and sculpture.The S... Royal Castles Interior, Windsor Castle Interior, Windsor Palace, Windsor Castle, Castle Interior, Royal Castles, Inside Windsor Castle, Castles Interior, Windsor Castle Fire

The sequence of rooms built at Windsor for Charles II and his Queen, Catherine of Braganza, between 1675 and 1678, formed the grandest sequence of baroque State Apartments in England. They contain some of the most important works of art in the Royal Collection, many of them in the historic settings for which they were originally commissioned. Alongside magnificent examples of porcelain, furniture and paintings, visitors can also see displays of arms and armour, silver gilt and sculpture.The…

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As the new reign begins, John Martin Robinson takes an exclusive look at Windsor Castle, Berkshire — an official residence of His Majesty King Charles III — and in particular the recently completed representation of the State Apartments. Photographs taken in the last few days of the reign of the late Queen Elizabeth II by Paul Highnam for the Country Life Picture Library.

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The sequence of rooms built at Windsor for Charles II and his Queen, Catherine of Braganza, between 1675 and 1678, formed the grandest sequence of baroque State Apartments in England. They contain some of the most important works of art in the Royal Collection, many of them in the historic settings for which they were originally commissioned. Alongside magnificent examples of porcelain, furniture and paintings, visitors can also see displays of arms and armour, silver gilt and sculpture.The…

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Alexandra Olenka Mountbatten-Windsor.