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|A classification of the castle|
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A tag used to distinguish between the various type of historic castles - stately vs defensive etc.
|Key||Value||Description||Map icon||Ruin icon||Example|
|castle_type||defensive||Defensive castle. Fortified, defensible dwelling or military stronghold||
|castle_type||palace||A palace is a grand residence, especially a royal residence or the home of a head of state or some other high-ranking dignitary, such as a bishop or archbishop.|
|castle_type||stately||Stately home. Representative building without functional defenses. Sometimes rebuilt from former defensive structures.||
|castle_type||manor||A manor house is a country house which was historically the capital residence or messuage within a manor, the basic unit of territorial organisation in the feudal system in Europe, in which dwelled the lord of the manor.||
|castle_type||fortress||Fortress. Heavily fortified structure with military use.||
|castle_type||shiro||Shiro a Japanese castle. When "shiro" is used in a name, it is usually read as "jo". Pictured is Himeji-jo - Himeji Castle.|
|castle_type||kremlin||A kremlin is a major fortified central complex found in historic Russian cities.|
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