What represents Scarborough Castle in England?
The lock settles down in a northern part of the English county Yorkshire. What represents Scarborough Castle in England?
This construction was built approximately in one thousand hundred thirtieth by the count Wilhelm Omalski, by nickname – Thick. In the twelfth century Scarborough Castle was under occupation of the king Heinrich the Second who appointed the lock the royal residence and attached to it donzhon. A time later already other kings also showed interest in Scarborough Castle, constantly completing to it strengthenings and various constructions, among "builders" there were Ioann, known as Landless and also Heinrich the Third and Eduard known as Long-legged. Approximately in one thousand three hundred twelfth Eduard Vtoroy gave the lock under the power of the favourite, count Kornuellsky, Pierre Gaveston. The favourite did not enjoy popularity among the local nobility therefore the lock was after a while besieged, and the favourite is sentenced to death in Oxford. Scarborough Castle was besieged not once during its history yet. Ralf Evers besieged Scarborough in one thousand five hundred thirty eighth. After it it was besieged by Robert Esk, and in one thousand five hundred fifty third the lock appeared in property at Thomas Stafford, in the period of Maria the First government. During World War II the lock was strongly destroyed.