Google Maps of Medieval Castles, Cathedrals, and Abbeys

The following maps pinpoint the locations of medieval castles, cathedrals, and abbeys in England. You can zoom in for a satellite view of the structure, or click to read more about each building and its construction timeline.

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My life has been pretty simple. I grew up in Alabama and graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor's in Advertising. I have spent about the last ten years in web development. In 1998, a friend of mine and I started a web design company we ran for three or four years before deciding to close it due to the demands of school. Since then, I stayed in the web working with various companies in Alabama. I worked for a brief period with Southern Progress, namely with Southern Living magazine and Health magazine, in their web departments. While there, I also wrote for Southern Living magazine, Health.com., and the company's internal newsletter. I write as much as I can. For the last five years, I have been working on my first novel. I am on the third revision now and hope to be finished with this draft by the end of the year. I also write short fiction, though not as frequently as I used to due to the time I spend on the novel. My goal is to have my novel published in the next three years. Other interests include: History (particularly medieval and ancient civlizations), Reading, Foreign Language (I currently speak Spanish but plan to learn as many as I can), Landscape Photography, the outdoors, sports (especially college football), and Travel.

6 thoughts on “Google Maps of Medieval Castles, Cathedrals, and Abbeys”

  1. Very interesting. Personally I’ve been researching Uffington Castle and the nearby white horse …

    That’s a great site you found. Google Earth and Google Maps make it a lot easier to research these things.

  2. You’re welcome, Clare.

    Robert, the timelines on that site are really good. I’ve used them before and just happened to notice the Google Maps the other day.

  3. Great links, ta. Some of those buildings look as if they might be in Wales and Scotland though….

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