Culzean Castle

 Scotland; pronounced [kuh-lane'].

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  • Culzean Castle — ([kʌˈleɪn] aus mittelenglisch cul Ȝ ean (siehe: Ȝ)) ist ein Schloss bei Maybole im ehemaligen Distrikt von Carrick an der Küste von South Ayrshire. Es wurde im 18. Jahrhundert von Robert Adam für David Kennedy, den 10. Earl von Cassillis, a …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Culzean Castle — (spr. Kolsihn Kässl), Lustschloß des Grafen von Cassolis, in der schottischen Grafschaft Ayr, auf einem Berge mit 6 Höhlen …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Castillo de Culzean — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El Castillo de Culzean (en inglés, Culzean Castle) es un castillo cerca de Maybole, Carrick en la costa de Ayrshire (Escocia, Reino Unido). Era la casa del marqués de Ailsa pero …   Wikipedia Español

  • Dunduff Castle — Dunduff, South Ayrshire, Scotland GB grid reference NS2719216370 …   Wikipedia

  • Dunure Castle — 5 miles from Ayr, Scotland NS250158 …   Wikipedia

  • L-plan castle — An L plan castle is a castle or towerhouse in the shape of an L, typically built in the 13th to the 17th century. This design is found quite frequently in Scotland, but is also seen in England, Ireland, Romania, Sardinia and other locations. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Eglinton Castle — was a large mansion in Irvine, North Ayrshire, Scotland. History The ancient seat of the Earls of Eglinton, it is located just south of the town of Kilwinning. Built between 1797 and 1802 in Gothic castellated style dominated by a central 100… …   Wikipedia

  • Oxenfoord Castle — Oxenfoord Castle …   Wikipedia

  • Thomaston Castle — is located west of Maybole, South Ayrshire, Scotland. It looks much as it did hundreds of years ago. Little has changed, except for the addition of a house located on the property. The castle is run down and has debris falling in on it, but it s… …   Wikipedia

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