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Which of the following castles was once home to the Japanese daimyo Ikeda Terumasa?
a. Mehrangarh Fort
b. Spis Castle
c. Himeji Castle
d. Buda Castle
Himeji Castle - Dating back to 1333, the Himeji Castle is also known as the White Egret Castle.
By area, what is the largest castle in the world?
a. Buckingham Palace
b. Edinburgh Castle
c. Buda Castle
d. Malbork Castle
Malbork Castle - Malbork castle was constructed by the Teutonic Knights. It is also the largest brick building in Europe.
Constructed in 1265, where would you find Buda Castle?
Hungary - This amazing castle is in Budapest.
Which of these castles was the setting for the film "Dragonheart"?
a. Castillo de Coca
b. Bodiam Castle
c. Spis Castle
d. Kronborh Castle
Spis Castle - Spis Castle is located in Slovakia.
Which of these castles could you see in Ireland?
a. Catherine Palace
b. Alnwick Castle
c. Kylemore Abbey
d. Schwerin Castle
Kylemore Abbey - The Duke and Duchess of Manchester once owned Kylemore Abbey.
What is the correct term for the inner courtyard of a castle?
Bailey - This area is also referred to as a ward.
Which of these is not considered a castle weapon?
Garderobe - The garderobe is the bathroom.
Which of these castles is located in Toronto, Canada?
a. Castle Zaman
b. Casa Loma
c. ARg-e Bam Castle
d. Rhodes Castle
Casa Loma - Casa Loma was the home of Sir Henry Pellat.
Which of these castles is known for its blue and white exterior?
a. Eltz Castle
b. Catherine Palace
c. Lichtenstein Castle
d. Corvin Castle
Catherine Palace - Built in the Rococo style, this fabulous castle is located in Tsarskoye.
Which of these castles would you see if you were traveling down the St. Lawrence River?
a. Castle of Chambord
b. Castle of Jehay
c. Boldt Castle
d. Leeds Castle
Boldt Castle - This stone castle is located on the American side of the St. Lawrence River.
Which of these famous castles has a moat?
a. Trakoscan Castle
b. Ashford Castle
c. Windsor Castle
d. Bodiam Castle
Bodiam Castle - Bodiam Castle dates back to the 14th century.
Which of these castles is the ancestral home of the Clan Murray?
a. Blair Castle
b. Castle of Chambord
c. Hatley Castle
d. Ashford Castle
Blair Castle - Blair Castle is located in the Scottish Highlands.
Which of these castles is often referred to as Crow Castle?
a. Culzean Castle
b. Bran Castle
c. Dover Castle
d. Matsumoto Castle
Matsumoto Castle - Matsumoto Castle is located in Japan. People often call it Crow Castle because of its black exterior.
Which of these castles might have been named for the Knights of Drachenstein?
a. Vianden Castle
b. Frederiksborg Castle
c. Lichtenstein Castle
d. Trakoscan Castle
Trakoscan Castle - Trakoscan Castle is located in Croatia. There are some who believe that this castle was named for an earlier castle that once stood on the same site.
What is the name of the oldest inhabited castle in Europe?
a. Castello di Strassoldo di Sopra
b. Kolossi Castle
c. Larnach Castle
d. Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle - Numerous castles across Europe have been renovated and converted into museums and hotels.
Which of these castles is currently owned by the Trinidad and Tobago governments?
a. Stollmeyer's Castle
b. Angkor Wat
c. Chapultepec Castle
d. Castello di Strassoldo di Sopra
Stollmeyer's Castle - Stollmeyer's Castle was built to look like Balmoral Castle, which is in Scotland.
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