The Upper Ward of Windsor Castle comprises a number of major buildings enclosed by the upper bailey wall, forming a central quadrangle. The State Apartments run along the north of the ward, with a range of buildings along the east wall, and the private royal apartments and the King George IV Gate to the south, with the Edward III Tower in the south-west corner.
Windsor Castle ['wɪnzə 'kɑːsl], auf Deutsch auch Schloss Windsor, ... Auch die St George’s Chapel im Unteren Hof wurde derart umgestaltet.
St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle was built by Edward IV and Henry VII in honour of the order. The badge of the Order shows Saint George on horseback slaying the dragon.  Froissart observed the English invoking St. George as a battle cry on several occasions during the Hundred Years' War (1337–1453).