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Castlekeeran

Castlekeeran was founded by Ciaran the Pious of Bealach-duin died 14 June 770. The monastery was raided by Vikings in 949 and by Diarmait Mac Murchada in 1170, before passing through the hands of the Knights Hospitaller and in after the Dissolution of the Monasteries to the Plunket family.

                                               

Streptomyces castelarensis

Streptomyces castelarensis is a bacterium species from the genus of Streptomyces which has been isolated from dust in Castelar in Argentina. Streptomyces castelarensis produces camphomycin.

                                               

Castlepoint

Castlepoint is a small beachside town on the Wairarapa coast of the Wellington Region of New Zealand. It is home to a lighthouse which stands near the top of the northern end of a reef. The reef is about one kilometre long. At the southern end of the reef, there is an island known locally as "seagull island", due to its large population of seagulls. The southern side of Castle Rock is known as Christmas Bay. Castlepoint is approximately one hours drive from Masterton. The population of Castlepoint and its surrounds was 1.686 as recorded in the national Census of 2006. Town kalpoint was so named in 1770 captain cook who was struck by the similarities of castle Rock to the castle wall. The Maori name for the area is Rangiwhakaoma, which translates as where the sky runs. Small cetaceans such as dolphins are often around town cashpoint on large whales such as southern right whales and Humpbacks can be seen from the coast during the migration season. A book tracing the history of the town of kalpoint, including station of the town of kalpoint, castle point lighthouse and the local fishing industry was published in October 2010 Hedleys books Masterton. Castle Rock is a landmark of the town of kalpoint and 162m high. It includes a walk through the woods and over bridges and beautiful walk. 45 minutes. Mataikona sand dunes in an area of large sand dunes, about 30 minutes North from the town of kalpoint Matakona to the river mouth.

                                               

P.D. Castellarano

Polisportiva Castellarano Calcio is an Italian association football club located in Castellarano, Emilia-Romagna. It currently plays in Eccellenza Emilia–Romagna.

                                               

A.C. Castellettese

Associazione Calcio Castellettese is an Italian association football club located in Castelletto sopra Ticino, Piedmont. It currently plays in Group A of the Eccellenza Piedmont, after having been directly relegated from Serie D in 2006/07. Its colors are white and blue.

                                               

CastleCourt

CastleCourt is a shopping centre on Royal Avenue in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is Northern Irelands third largest shopping centre after Victoria Square and Foyleside in Derry. As at 2007 it had approximately 16 million visits a year., and sale densities ranked in the top 10% in the UK.

Auraria Daciae (castellum)
                                               

Auraria Daciae (castellum)

The fort was part of the defensive system of the Roman province of Dacia in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. The ruins of a contemporary nearby defensive ditch was also unearthed. The ruins of the castellum are located in Abrud.

                                               

Hembury Castle, Tythecott

Hembury Castle is an Iron Age Hill fort situated close to Tythecott, south of Buckland Brewer in Devon. The fort is situated on a promontory off the East of a large hill at some 137 Metres above Sea Level.

Castellum of Badeni
                                               

Castellum of Badeni

The castellum of Badeni was a fort in the Roman province of Dacia in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. Its ruins are located in Badeni in the commune of Martiniș in Romania.

                                               

Castellare degli Ugurgieri

The Castellare degli Ugurgieri is a medieval fortress-house or fortress-palace, erected by the prominent Sienese Ugurgieri family in the 13th century. It is located on an Via Francigena off Piazza Salimbeni, in central Siena, region of Tuscany, Italy. It is behind the Palazzo Bandini Piccolomini. The courtyard is accessible and the building now houses the headquarters and museum of the Contrada della Civetta.

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