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Bartholomew’s Cobble is in the southwest corner of the Berkshires close to the Connecticut border, and is 278 acres in size and includes a natural history museum, interpretive trails, ponds and plenty of walking paths.
Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England was originally built by William the Conquerer in the 11th century. It is the longest-occupied royal palace in Europe. Buried there are notables such as Elizabeth I, George VI, and many more. by Bobrad
The ghost of the American renaissance: Dundas Castle - The almost thousand acres of land surrounding the castle was amassed in the late 1880's by Bradford L. Gilbert, a noted New York City architect. Gilbert built an estate known as “Beaverkill Lodge” on the property. The hamlet of Craig-e-Clair was named after an Irish fishing village and translates as “Beautiful Mountainside.” Gilbert’s wife was a native of Ireland and chose the name because the Catskill scenery reminded her of home.