Saturday, August 31, 2013

Alcazar de Segovia


 This castle in Segovia, Spain is especially pretty both inside and out.    Possibly dating from the Middle Ages, with documented dates from 1212, this castle has a long history. Of particular interest, Isabel first met Ferdinand here.  In the mid-1700's it became the Royal School of Artillery.
 Certainly designed to rest at the highest point of the city, the view was outstanding.


A castle with an Artillery Museum and an amazing Knot Garden!  Everyone was happy here!


1 comment:

Marilyn said...

This reminds me a lot of a place we visited in France. How fun to have the opportunity to visit here.