Brougham Castle, England Brougham Castle is built next to the River Eamont on the site of an old Roman fort, Brocavum. A square keep with its entrance on the first floor and access stairs protected by a forebuilding was constructed by Robert de Vipont in the early 13th century. He also added a hall block (now destroyed) and various other service buildings all enclosed within a timber palisade.
Rosslyn Chapel, originally named the Collegiate Chapel of St. Matthew, is a 15th-century church in the village of Roslin, seven miles from Edinburgh in Scotland. The chapel is famous both for its decorative art and its mysterious associations with the Knights Templar, the Holy Grail, and the Freemasons.