Genealogy Projects tagged with castles on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Hrvatski dvorci i utvrde - Croatian castles and fortresses

    Vukovarsko-srijemska županija Ilok – Dvorac Odescalchi - Papa/Pope Innocent XI Dvorac Odescalchi središnje je zdanje srednjevjekovne jezgre Iloka, u njemu je smješten Muzej grada Iloka dok se ipod zgrade nalaze poznati stari iločki podrumi Dvorac Odescalchi impresivna je građevina nastala na osnovama dvora kralja Nikole Iločkog iz 15 stol...

  • Castles in Wales

    Wales has over 600 castles. According to Wales.com, they have more castles per square mile than any other country in the world. It is possible to visit ancient castles here. Battles were fought with the Celts, the Romans, the Saxons and the Vikings. This project includes a list of castles and profiles will include those who lived there. National Trust The National Trust are responsible for seve...

  • Castles in Scotland

    The master project for the list of castles in Scotland. This a list of castles in Scotland. A castle is a type of fortified structure built during the Middle Ages. Scholars debate the scope of the word "castle", but usually consider it to be the private fortified residence of a lord or noble. This is distinct from a fortress, which was not a home, although this distinction is not absolute a...

  • Castillo San Felipe del Morro

    In English: Wiki page: There is a link, with a virtual tour to be found under the picture here > En Epanol: my goal, is to list all those who are and were connected to "El Morro" in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Wanted: Profiles and Trees, to research and further connect, of those who interacted on and in the grounds of "El Morro". Guards/Watchmen, Caretakers, Soldiers (which may e...

  • Castles of Ireland (ROI)

    CASTLES OF IRELAND Irish castle history stretches nearly 1000 years, from the Norman invasions of the 1000s to the early 20th century. Ireland was a country to subdue, and to keep the population in check, castles were built to house the new ruling families and garrison their armies. The later castles were symbols of wealth and political power, architectural homages rather than military outpos...