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|Kelsborrow Castle is an Iron Age hill fort. Hill forts were fortified hill-top settlements constructed across Britain during the Iron Age. It is one of only seven hill forts in the county of Cheshire in northern England and was probably in use for only a short time. In the 19th century, a bronze palstave was recovered from the site. It is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.|
|Strawberry Hill, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.|
On top of the hill, you've got a beautiful view over San Francisco and you'll find Stowe lake, the Huntington Falls and a lot of squirrels, which aren't shy anymore.
In the lake around the hill you'll find many turtles, fishes, birds, ducks and lots of other animals.
|Oakmere hill fort is an Iron Age hill fort, one of many large fortified settlements constructed across Britain during the Iron Age, but one of only seven in the county of Cheshire in northern England. It is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Despite being a low lying site, Oakmere is still considered a hill fort.|
|London Biggin Hill Airport (IATA: BQH, ICAO: EGKB) is an operational general aviation airport at Biggin Hill in the London Borough of Bromley, located 12 NM (22 km; 14 mi) south-southeast of Central London. The airport was formerly the Royal Air Force station RAF Biggin Hill, and a small enclave on the airport still retains that designation.|
|The Gop is a neolithic mound lying north of Trelawnyd in Flintshire, Wales. Oval in form, it is the second-largest such mound in Britain after Silbury Hill. Excavations have uncovered no burial chambers or other underground works. This may indicate that it was used as a look-out or hill fort; there is evidence that there was a considerable amount of stone on the top of hill. In the seventeenth ...||11/03/2009||359|
|Eddisbury hill fort, also known as Castle Ditch, is an Iron Age hill fort near Delamere, Cheshire, in northern England. Hill forts are fortified hill-top settlements constructed across Britain during the Iron Age. Eddisbury is the largest and most complex of the seven hill forts in the county of Cheshire. It was constructed before 200–100 BC and expanded in 1–50 AD. In the 1st century AD, the R...||11/09/2007||741|
|Maiden Castle is an Iron Age hill fort, one of many fortified hill-top settlements constructed across Britain during the Iron Age, but one of only seven in the county of Cheshire in northern England. The hill fort was probably occupied from its construction in 600 BC until the Roman conquest of Britain in the 1st century AD. Since then it has been quarried and used for military exercises. It is...||01/05/2010||311|
|Trundle (Old English: Tryndel, meaning "circle") is an Iron Age hill fort on St. Roche's Hill about 3 miles (5 km) north of Chichester, Sussex, England. Trundle is one of just four hill forts built in Sussex. The fort was built around a Neolithic causewayed enclosure, of which very little can be seen on the ground.|
|One Tree Hill before the iconic pine tree was removed after a failed chainsaw attack by a Maori protester. The hill was originallly the site of a Maori pa.||08/29/2006||593|
|View of Dawn Hill Country Club north of Siloam Springs|
More info: Dawn Hill Country Club at Golf Nation
|Borough Hill Roman villa is located on the north tip of Borough Hill, a prominent hill near the town of Daventry in Northamptonshire. The villa’s remains lie within the ramparts of an Iron Age fortress which covers the summit of the hill. The remains of the Roman villa were discovered in 1823 by the historian and archaeologist George Baker, who identified Borough Hill with the Benaventa of the ...||10/21/2009||401|
|Sullys Hill is located on the south shore of Devils Lake in Benson County, in the heart of the Spirit Lake Nation. The preserve consists of 1,674 acres ranging from wetland marshes to wooded hills and is home to a myriad of migratory birds and big game. Sullys Hill was named for General Alfred Sully, who was scheduled to meet up with a cavalry from Illinois, but never showed up. The cavalry cam...||01/16/2007||585|