Dunrobin Castle (Scotland)
Highland See list of castles in Scozia
According to legend, the evil Count of Sutherland kidnapped a girl and locked her in a room in the castle; she tried to escape him to descend from the window with a rope but the Count, annoyed, he taglaire the rope and the girl died. Since then, some say to see the ghost of a man wandering in the place where the girl died disastrously. It is the largest home of the Northern Highlands with 189 rooms and is one of the oldest houses still inhabited today, Britain.
The history of the castle is very charming. The architectural construction has been influenced by Sir Charles Barry and recently by Sir Robert Lorimer. The castle was used as a hospital during the First World War and between 1965 and 1972 as a school for boys. The museum's collections include furniture, paintings, antiques and other historical evidence.