Castles in Grandlefork
This ruined 13th-century castle, built to defend the northern border of Grandlefolk, is currently being studied by researchers. During the open season, except on sundays, guides explain what the research is revealing about local history.
Holmsted Castle, built in the 12th century to protect the southern border area, fell into ruin in the 16th century. At the entrance, signboards explain its history. This castle's open spaces are suitable for performances.
Dating back to the 11th century, King's Castle is one of the grandest in the country. Its large collecdtion of paintings and furniture provide a look at the area's past. Guides are available every day.
Though called a castle, this perfectly preserved 15th-century building was constructed purely as a family home. From Mondays to Fridays, guides tell the story of the family's history and explain their collection of modern sculptures. Some of its rooms are available for public events.
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問１ What is common characteristic of all four castles?
① Amount of damage
② Displays of pictures andweapons
③ Histories of more than 500 years
④ Purposes of construction
問２ Three guitar club members from Grandlefolk University want to give a concert one afternoon in April. Which castle are they most likely to choose?
① Crestvale Castle
② Holmsted Castle
③ King's Castle
④ Rosebush Castle
問３ Teachers at one school want to take their students to Grandlefolk one Saturday in May. The purpose is to expand the students' knowledge of the area's history by visiting castles and listening to explanations from the castle staff. Which two castles are the teachers most likely to select?
① Crestvale Castle and Holmsted Castle
② Crestvale Castle and King's Castle
③ Rosebush Castle and Holmsted Castle
④ Rosebush Castle and King's Castle
問４ A mother, father, and their two children, ages 4 and 8, will visit one of the castles in Grandlefolk for one day in September and want to see fine arts. How much will it cost?
① €14 ② €17 ③ €20 ④ €25