Pretty castles always remind me of my favorite fairy tales, but there is something even more charming about pink castles!
Here are the prettiest pink castles and palaces from all over the world that will make you feel like you’re in a storybook! And the coolest part? You can visit them in real life!
#1. Craigievar Castle, Scotland
We’re starting with one of the most famous pink castles, the Craigievar Castle! It’s is seven stories tall, and a favorite because of it’s fairy tale turrets. This Scottish Baronial beauty was completed in 1626 by an ancestor of the Forbes baronets of Craigievar, and was even visited by Queen Victoria!
#2. Ksaiz Cаѕtlе, Poland
The Ksaiz Castle grounds have been home to an estate since the 1400’s but was decked out in Renaissance style later in the 16th century. This pink castle has an eye catching symmetrical facade that looks straight out of a storybook, and a beautiful central tower!
#3. Hawa Mahal, India
The grand Hawa Mahal is a extension ofJaipur’s famous pink City Palace. Wondering why all the windows? They allowed royal women to observe everyday street life without having to exit for a public appearance.
#4. Benrath Palace, Germany
Though it’s smaller than many other Baroque buildings, the Benrath Palace of Dusseldorf makes up for it with it’s charm! This gem is one of the coolest pink castles, with immaculate formal gardens and a pond to reflect all that beauty!
#5. Herbeville Château Boulémont, France
Château de Boulémont is a total pinterest dream! It’s located in Herbville, and was built in the 17th century, before being remodeled in 1861. It once belonged to Baron Lanusse, lieutenant general of the king, and was once well loved for it’s remarkable gardens.
#6. Castle Of Poeke, Belgium
Poeke Castle is a Rococo style pink castle in the Belgian province of East Flanders. It’s magical grounds are surrounded by water, and you can only access it via bridges at either end.
#7. Ahsan Manzil Museum, Bangladesh
Ahsan Manzil was a former royal residence that has been turned into a nusem along along the banks of the Buriganga River in Dhaka. Completed in 1872, it has a unique Indo-Saracenic Revival architecture that makes it one of the prettiest pink castles on earth!
#8. Electoral Palace (Kurfurstliches Palais), Germany
The Electoral palace (also known as Kurfurstliches Palais) has some incredible history! It was once the site of the Ancient Roman Imperial Palace used by Constantine the Great Now it’s used as government offices, but still features a throne room, and Roman mosaics that survived the ages.
#9. Toompea Castle, Estonia
Toompea Castle was an ancient stronghold site in use since at least the 9th century in Estonia. After large reconstruction, the castle turned into a Baroque and Neoclassical style palace. Today it houses the Parliament of Estonia and featured a public park where you can stare at the pretty pink features!
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