Castle Hill - United Kingdom

United Kingdom

  • Castle Hill, Birmingham, an area in the centre of Dudley
  • Castle Hill, Brighton, a Site of Special Scientific Interest near Brighton, East Sussex
  • Castle Hill, Cambridge, a hill and street in Cambridge
  • Castlehill, Dumbarton, in Scotland
  • Castlehill, Edinburgh
  • Castle Hill, Filleigh, a privately owned Palladian House in North Devon
  • Castle Hill, Folkestone, a hill on the North Downs near Folkestone, Kent
  • Castle Hill, Hampshire, Iron Age fortification the New Forest in Hampshire
  • Castle Hill, Huddersfield, in the county of West Yorkshire in England
  • Castle Hill, Mere, in Wiltshire, England
  • Castle Hill, Oxfordshire, part of Wittenham Clumps
  • Castle Hill, Thetford, an earthwork fortification in Thetford, Norfolk
  • Castle Hill, Torrington, Iron Age earthworks and hill fort in Devon

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