Definition of Windsor Castle in English:

Windsor Castle

Line breaks: Wind|sor Cas¦tle
Pronunciation: /wɪnzəˈkɑːsl
A royal residence at Windsor, founded by William the Conqueror on the site of an earlier fortress and extended by his successors, particularly Edward III. The castle was severely damaged by fire in 1992.

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