One of the royal residences of the reigning monarch, Windsor Castle is Europe's longest-occupied palace. The origins of Windsor Castle go back to the Norman conquest of England in the 11th Century by William the Conqueror and has been the abode of the royal family since the time of Henry I. The castle is home to a lavish collection of fine art, antique furniture and curiosities; a wealthy display of impressive architecture that spans the ages, a reflection of the varying tastes of successive generations of royals. The State Rooms are of special note, a series of opulent chambers bedecked with the work of artists like Rembrandt and richly furnished in the late-Georgian style. The final resting place of 10 monarchs and one of the nation's most splendid Gothic structures, the castle's St George's Chapel is a veritable jewel in its own right. Also of interest are the Semi-State Rooms, the Drawings Gallery, and Queen Mary's Dolls’ House. The Changing of the Guard, an age-old tradition, may still be witnessed at Windsor Castle each morning, a spectacle that draws visitors from all around.