Definition of Balmoral Castle
1. Noun. A castle in northeastern Scotland that is a private residence of the British sovereign.
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Literary usage of Balmoral Castle
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1. The Life and Times of Queen Victoria by Robert Wilson (1893)
"... an embarrassing diplomatic conflict, and their attack on the Treaty was like that made by Mr. Sumner and General Butler - . Balmoral Castle, FROM THE ..."
2. Adventure Guide to Scotland by Martin Li (2005)
"Attractions & Sights Balmoral Castle (Balmoral, Ballater AB35 5TB, fa 13397-42534, ... Over the next seven years, the present Balmoral castle was built to ..."
3. Popular Royalty by Arthur Henry Beaven (1904)
"... popularity—Acquisition of Balmoral estate—Balmoral Castle—Highland character—Crathie church and bazaar—Anecdote—Highland anecdotes of the Queen—The ..."
4. Scotland by David Whyte (1998)
"Balmoral Castle Balmoral Castle and its grounds are open to the public through the months of May, June and July, Monday to Saturday, 10am- 5pm, ..."