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7 of 15 Types of Alabama Recreational Facilities--Castles
Ivan Gillis
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Alabama Castles

Castle San Miguel, Hanceville, Alabama, contains the gift shop for the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament.

Quinlan Castle, Birmingham, Alabama, built in 1926 as the Royal Arms Apartments. The four-story building is arranged around an open-air courtyard, with a turreted tower on each corner. The facade features arched windows and doors and is faced is rough stone. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Rocky Hill Castle, Courtland, Alabama, built 1858–61 with crenellated connecting walls and five-story Gothic Revival folly tower. It was demolished in 1961.

 Wesleyan Hall, University of North Alabama campus, Florence, Alabama, built from 1855 to 1856. The brick Gothic Revival style structure was built to serve Florence Wesleyan University, forerunner of the University of North Alabama. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

 

 

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San Marcos Memories—disappearing North County San Diego, Ca

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Lake San Marcos—Listing of Vendors and Other Items of Interest to LSM residents

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Silly Service—38 years of Federal Civil Service Overview (A book in progress)

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