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Windsor Castle is said to be the largest fortress of its kind in the world, and has belonged to the Kings and Queens of England for over 900 years.It is still used by the Queen, with the Royal Standard being flown when she is in residence.

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Many of Windsor's buildings have links to historical figures such as Nell Gwynn and Sir Christopher Wren. Of note isThe Guildhall which was where Prince Charles married Camilla in a civil Royal wedding ceremony.Sir Elton John also entered into a civil partnership here with his companion, David Furness.The town itself is rich with historical buildings and artefacts, including a pair of stocks outside The Cockpit, a famous location for cockfighting.

Close to Windsor is Runneymede, which was the site of the signing of the famous Magna Carta documenting all the properties of England, whilst across the river is Eton, probably the most famous school in the world.Nearby is Ascot - most famous for 'Royal Ascot', one of the traditional events of the British social and sporting calendar, held in June, and when traditionally gentlemen wear top hat and tails, while the ladies wear the season's brightest and most outrageous fashions.

Windsor's many attractions may searched for within the map below.

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