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Winterfell
Zamek, Lokalna Stolica
Winterfell by lykhaon.jpg
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Lokalizacja Westeros, Północ
Zarządca Ród Starków , Lord.
Religia Starzy Bogowie
Założony Era Herosów
Znane miejsca Wielka Siedziba Winterfell, Szklane Ogrody, Zimowe Miasto
Północ i lokacja Winterfell
Północ i lokacja Winterfell
Winterfell
Północ z Winterfell

Winterfell to główny zamek i siedziba Rodu Starków i jest uważany za stolicę Północy. Znajduje się w centrum północnej prowincji Siedmiu Królestw, na Królewskim Trakcie biegnącym z Królewskiej Przystani do Muru.

Historia

Winterfell zostało podobno zbudowane przez Brandona Budowniczego ponad osiem tysięcy lat temu, z pomocą olbrzymów.[1] Przez większość historii był siedzibą Rodu Starków, Króli Północy a póżniej Namiestników Północy, po tym jak Król Torrhen Stark zgiął kolano przed Aegonem Zdobywcą i jego smokami. Jako w regionalnej stolicy Północy, w Witerfell od wieków odbywały się dożynki.

Podczas Wojny Pięciu Królów, Winterfell, zostało zajęte po niespodziewanym ataku przez Żelaznych Ludzi prowadzonych przez Theona Greyjoya. Theon rządził zamkiem przez kilka tygodni, ale brakowało mu ludzi indefinitely against the Stark bannermen. Zamek został zdobyty i spalony przez Ramsaya Snowa, po tym jak jego siły z Dreadfort zdradziły Ludzi Północy i pojmały Theona. Później przymierze z Północą zostało to odnowione przez Boltonów w ramach przygotowań do ślubu z"Aryią Stark".

Rozmieszczenie budynków

1.Północna Brama 2.Zburzona Wieża 3.Szklane Ogrody 4.Krypty 5.Pierwsza Wieża 6.Boży Gaj 7.Guards Hall 8.Wschodnia Brama 9.Zbrojownia 10.Brama Myśliwego 11.kennels 12.Guest House 13. Most pomiędzy Zbrojownią a Wielką Wieżą 14.Wielka Wieża 15.Wieżyczka Maestera 16.Kuchnia 17.Dziedziniec 18.Wieża Dzwonna 19.Wieża Biblioteczna 20.Sept 21.Stajnie 22.Wielka Sala 23.Kuźnia 24.Południowa Brama

Winterfell jest olbrzymim kompleksem zamkowym obejmującym kilka akrów, składającym się z dwóch masywnych murów i wsi położonej na zewnątrz nich zwanej "zimowym miastem".[2] Samo Winterfell zostało zbudowane wokół starożytnego Bożego Gaju i naturalnych gorących źródeł . Woda jest pompowana rurami wewnątrz ścian do komnat, tak że Winterfell o wiele bardziej komfortowe podczas surowej, północnej zimy niż inne zamki.

Wewnątrz murów kompleks składa się z kilkudziesięciu dziedzińców i małych otwartych przestrzeni. Weapons training and practice take place in those yards. The inner ward is a second, much older open space in the castle where archery practice takes place. It is located next to the broken tower. Inside Winterfell stands the Inner Castle, which contains the Great Keep and the Great Hall.

Wewnętrzny Zamek

  • Wielka Wieża, is the innermost castle and stronghold of the castle complex. It was built over natural hot springs to keep it warm.[3] Its walls are made of granite. It is connected to the armory by a covered bridge.[4] From a window on the covered bridge, one can see the entire yard.[5]
  • Wielka Sala, used for receiving guests and the place where the household would dine together, including the lord of the house. The Great Hall is very large, on the outside it's enclosed with grey stone and covered with banners, with wide doors made of oak and iron, which opens to the castle yard, whilst a rear exit leads to a dimly-lit gallery. Inside it can hold eight long rows of trestle tables, four to each side of the central aisle, that can seat 500 people. There is a raised platform for noble guests.[6] The ceiling of the Great Hall collapsed during the Zdobycie Winterfell (Bolton).[7]

Dziedziniec i inne

Winterfell throne by Marc Simonetti ©
The Godswood (Serial TV)
  • Pierwsza Wieża, the oldest part of the castle, a squat round fortress. It is no longer in use. Around it lies a lichyard where the Kings of Winter would lay their loyal servants. Lady is buried there.[9] The keep has gargoyles atop it.[10] During the Zdobycie Winterfell (Bolton), one whole side of the building collapsed.[7]
  • Zburzona Wieża, also known as the Spalona Wieża, it was once the tallest watchtower in Winterfell, but over 140 years ago a lightning strike set it afire and the top third collapsed inward, and no one bothered to rebuild it[11][12] It stands behind the old inner ward.
  • Boży Gaj, the ancient Boży Gaj that has stood untouched for 10,000 years, with three acres of old packed earth and close together trees creating a dense canopy, which the castle was raised around. At the center of the grove stands an ancient czardrzewo with a face carved into it, standing over a pool of black water.[8] Across the Boży Gaj from the heart tree, beneath the windows of the Guest House, an underground hot spring feeds three small pools, with a moss covered wall looming above them. The Boży Gaj is enclosed by walls, and is accessed by a main iron gate, or smaller wooden ones.
  • Szklane Ogrody, the Glass Garden is a greenhouse heated by the hot springs, turning the Glass Garden into a place of moist warmth.[3] It is used to grow fruits, vegetables and flowers.[5][13]
  • Krypty, The underground crypts of Winterfell are where the bones of all of the Król Północy and ruling lords of Winterfell are buried. It's long and narrow, with pillars moving two by two along its length. Between pillars stand the sepulchers of the Starks of Winterfell, the likenesses of the dead seated on thrones, with iron swords set before them to keep the restless spirits from wandering, and snarling direwolves at their feet. The crypts are located deep under the earth, cavernous and bigger than the complex above ground. They are accessed by a twisting stone stair and a huge ironwood door that lies at a slant to the floor. The stair continues below to older levels where the most ancient Kings in the North are entombed.[14][10][7]
  • Wieża Dzwonna, there was a bridge connecting the Bell Tower to the rookery, but it was destroyed during the Zdobycie Winterfell (Bolton).[7] The bridge was covered and ran from the fourth floor of the tower to the second floor of the rookery.[4]
  • Wieżyczka Maestera, the maester's turret is located below the rookery.[15] During the ZdobycieZdobycie Winterfell (Bolton), the Maester's turret was destroyed.[7]
  • Wieża Biblioteczna, the Library Tower houses the library at Winterfell. A stonework staircase winds about its exterior.[4] A fire was started there in order to distract the guards during an attempt on Bran Stark's life.[16] A steaming lake formed at the bottom of the tower after the Zdobycie Winterfell (Bolton).[7]
  • Guards Hall, The Guards Hall is in line with the Bell Tower, and further back, the First Keep.[17]

Poza murami

Winterfell is a huge castle complex spanning several acres, defended by two massive granite walls with a wide moat between them. The outer wall is 80 feet high, the inner is 100 feet high, with a wide moat between them. There are guard turrets on the outer wall and more than thirty watch turrets on the crenelated inner walls.

The main gatehouse is made of two huge crenelated bulwarks, flanking the arched gate and drawbridge that opens into the market square. There are three additional gates, the Hunter's Gate directly on the opposite side of the castle and south/northern gates. There is a narrow tunnel inside of the inner wall stretching halfway around the castle, allowing travel from the south gate all the way to the northern gate without interruption.

  • Brama Myśliwego, the Hunter's Gate is a gate that is located close to the kennels and the kitchens. It opens directly onto the open fields and the Wolfswood, so people can come and go without having to cross through the winter town. It is favored by hunting parties.[2]
  • Wschodnia Brama, is part of the main gatehouse, located on the eastern inner walls, it opens onto the King's Gate located in the outer walls and leads to the Królewski Trakt.[7]

Zimowe Miasto

The winter town, so called because it lies mostly deserted during summer years, is where smallfolk gather in winters. It's located outside the walls of Winterfell. Its market square is filled with wooden stalls for merchants, its streets are muddy and lined with rows of houses made from log and undressed stone. Less than one in five were occupied during the summer, but they would fill up once winter arrived.[18] The Królewski Trakt sits beyond the winter town, which would put it to the east of Winterfell.[19] There is an inn in the winter town.[20]



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