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*Individual Castles
*Military History>>
 
*Welsh Castles
>> These topics are cross-referenced.

* Belgian Castles
Beersel, near Brussels, 14th c.; Vorselaer, near Antwerp; Veves, near Dinant, 15th-16th centuries.

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* Casteland: Medieval French Castles
"A site of all the French medieval castles of 10th to 16th centuries. Find the complete descriptions of the castles, with photographs, video sequences as well as texts relating to the lords and builders of these monuments."
English / French / German / Italian /

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* Castles of Germany
By the same folks as did the above "Castles Along the Rhein River." They have a number of pages on castles from different parts of Germany.

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* Castles of Tuscany
A trip through castles, fortresses, walled towns, watch-towers and other medieval treasures of Tuscany, in the heart of Italy.
English / Italian /

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* Castles on the Web
Links to dozens of castles, information for kids, a castle glossary, image archive and more.

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* Czech Castles: Photos of Czech castles, chateaus, citadels, forts, mansions, manors and palaces
Marek's blog about Czech castles, chateaus, citadels, forts, mansions, manors and palaces. He is just getting rolling but already he as some interesting entries. He provides some excellent photos, a brief description and links to additional resources. Still has good information but seems to be no longer actively maintained.

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* Digital Archive of Architecture: Medieval Fortifications

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* "Medieval Warfare: How to Capture a Castle with Siegecraft" by Lise Hull
"During the Middle Ages, a besieging army needed manpower, siege engines, and, more often than not, patience in order to carry a fortress." Article for the Spring 2004 edition of Military History Quarterly.

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* Mot's Castle Page: Castles and Castle Ruins in the Netherlands
"Site about castles and castle ruins in the Netherlands. Containing historical info, color pictures, earlier images and groundplans. Also a section on European castles in Spain, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the UK."

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* "The Finest Castle in the World" by Robert I. Burns and Paul E. Chevedden
"Robert I. Burns, S.J., and Paul E. Chevedden describe how a much-besieged citadel became the focus for Christian-Muslim co-existence in medieval Spain."

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