One of the most appreciated castles of England; the Bodiam Castle is a 14th century relic which is surrounded by a moat. Located in the East Sussex part of England, the Bodiam Castle was built by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge in between 1385 and 1388. He was a knight of King Edward III and was there during the time of the hundred years of war when England was frequently attacked by the French. The Bodiam Castle was the family home of the Dalyngrigge family which was converted in to a castle so as protect the people from the invading French armies.
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Popularly known as the “Table Mountain” in Ireland, the Ben Bulben forms a part of the Dartry Mountains in the Sligo County of Ireland. It is a formation of rock which is protected by the Sligo County Council and is known to be a formation of 320 million years when not only Ireland but most of the Earth was covered by glaciers.
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‘The smoke that thunders’ or Mosi-oa-Tunya seems to be an ideal name from the magnanimous Victoria Falls which is a waterfall in Africa in between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe and formed on the Zambezi River.
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