historic estate in Cheshire England in 1580 the estate was bought by Thomas Egerton, Lord Chancellor of England. In 17th Century John Egerton the grandson who built a new house on the estate. The estate remained in the ownership of the Egerton family until the last Lord Egerton died in 1958. The estate is now run by the National Trust showing it deer park ,Japanese garden and gardens and Tudor Hall plus more
The Abbey was founded in 12th Century standing by the river Lowther it is one of the32 religious houses in Britain belonging to the Premonstratensian order of Canons. Today the impressive 15th Century tower and other remain can be explored.
Part of the medieval castle at Warwick which stands on the river Avon. The castle was built in 1068 for William the Conqueror and made of wood, in the 12th Century the castle was built of stone it play a big part in the Hundred Year War Battle of the Roses.