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not that much about castles...but good to relax ..
Too much stories (as I am not historian, I will not judge accuracy), too little technical details...
The buildings serve as the background for historical stories .. yes, perhaps related to the castle, but still.. the presenter is going too far on a tangent by my opinion..
Would prefer less emotions, more "dry" technical stuff.
..removing 1 * for the idiotic tattoos of the "historian".. what a childish thing to do ..and forcing us to watch.. ;-)
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