I Capture the Castle Setting

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Godsend

Godsend is the name of the village where the castle and Scoatney estate are located. It is a variation of Godys End, named after the Norman knight, Etienne de Godys, who built the castle. The castle is also called Godsend.

Scoatney Estate

The Scoatney Estate is located near Godsend in the British countryside and is the home of the Cotton family who are from America. The original owner was the man who leased the castle to Mr. Mortmain and the grandfather of Neil and Simon Cotton.

London

London is the capital of England and the center of art and cultural events. Rose and Cassandra travel on the train to London to visit the attorney regarding Aunt Millicent's estate. The Mortmains also visit Mrs. Cotton's flat in London and Stephen goes to Mrs. Fox-Cotton's studio in London for his photo sessions.

Belmotte Tower

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