Castles & Ruins
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Explore both original creations and replicas of castles and ruins within the virtual world Second Life.
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From the Dark Fortress comes a family with a history as dark and mysterious as the cold walls they emerged from. Some say they may be supernatural, while others believe they are guardians of a dark secret or society. The castle doors are unlocked, they await your visit...View this destination »
In the dramatic background of the 16th century England, one woman holds the key to England’s most glorious empire: Elizabeth Tudor. The year is 1560. In a village north of the English county of Surrey lies Oatlands Palace. Overlooking the Thames River, Oatlands was built around the south western periphery of London by Henry VIII. Free period clothing is available for visitors at the main landing.View this destination »
The Temple of Portunus is an ancient building in Rome dedicated to the god Portunus. Located in the ancient Forum Boarium by the Tiber river, Portunus watched over cattle-barges as they entered the city from Ostia. The temple houses a new small fashion brand to popularize the art and knitwear for men and women. Come see this wonderful recreation of a real life historic site!View this destination »
The veil between faerie grows thin on the Isle of Myrth. Through the cracks in the veil, bits of faerieland have escaped. Visit these floating islands and castles nestled among a fairy forest packed with hidden places. Visit this enchanted isle and see some of the best fantasy creators on the grid in an immersive fantasy market and monthly street vendor fair. Or peruse the hangout spots and games to while away time with friends.View this destination »
Aroonshire features the Hopes Horizon build from Fantasy Faire 2014. They have amazing views, a hot air balloon tour, and many places to hide They are a Dwarfins market and auction with rentals, shops, as well as a museum and trails for you to explore!View this destination »
Visit this 3D replica of the real Blarney Castle main tower in Ireland. There's even a Blarney Stone kissing animation. Outside the castle entryway, you can even pick up your certificate indicating that you've "kissed the Blarney Stone."View this destination »
Azuchi Castle was constructed from 1576-1579 before being demolished in 1582. One of the primary castles of Oda Nobunaga, its reproduction in Second Life includes AMM Designs which offers a variety of Asian-influenced items, plus beautiful places to explore outside of the castle walls.View this destination »
On one island of this "Arcipelagus," enter a monastery skirted by waterfalls. On another island, peruse a mystical tower dogged by rumors of a dance club in the basement. After you're done here, head southward to Athan for more mystical sightseeing.View this destination »
This white castle stretches far above the clouds and towers over an elaborate landscape. Can you unlock the clues to discover an ancient elven secret?View this destination »
In Second Life, you can be king or queen of your very own castle. Morphe offers several expansive, luxurious models for your domain. Explore before you buy, but if you'd prefer a humbler abode, there's also a classic medieval village for sale.View this destination »
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