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    American castle for MY Princess! Ravenloft Castle, New York State

  • Megumi Blizman

    Ravenloft Castle, New York State Sitting high on a dark hillside outside of a small town in Upstate New York, The Ravenloft Castle looks like it escaped from the pages of Grimm’s fairy tales. Complete with Gothic windows, turrets, towers, steep parapeted roofs, crumbling walls, and a courtyard overgrown with shrubs and trees The Ravenloft Castle has been a landmark and a source of stories both real and romantic for almost 100 years.

  • Melissa

    Ravenloft Castle, Upstate New York ~ beautiful during autumn! photo via leigh Ft Drum Upstate NY

  • International Interns USA

    Ravenloft Castle, Upstate New York ~ beautiful during autumn! photo via leigh #travel #newyork #usa

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