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Carisbrooke Castle

/ ˈkærɪzˌbrʊk /

noun

  1. a castle near Newport on the Isle of Wight: Charles I was held prisoner here from 1647 until his execution in 1649


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Funeral urns and other remains have been found in these, some of which are now in the museum at Carisbrooke Castle.

He was, however, detained in Carisbrooke Castle, where he was treated very much as a prisoner.

There was a famous castle in those days upon this island, near the center of it, called Carisbrooke Castle.

In the dining-room were several good pictures, among others a view of Carisbrooke Castle.

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