Windsor's Lower Ward

Windsor's Lower Ward

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Panoramatic view of Windsor's Lower Ward.

The Lower Ward, (left to right) St George's Chapel, the Lady Chapel, the Round Tower, the lodgings of the Military Knights, and the residence of the Governor of the Military Knights.

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Windsor Castle

Quickly after its construction on the ancient location that was utilized for defensive purposes by both Celts and Romans, Windsor Castle became one of the most favorite residences of the English crown. With such attention, castle Windsor received numerous upgrades and fashion renovations during its long life.

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