Hilarion, Castle of Saint
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Saint Hilarion Castle — St. Hilarion Castle The Saint Hilarion Castle lies on the Kyrenia mountain range, in Cyprus. It was originally a monastery, named after a monk who allegedly chose the site for his hermitage. Later fortified by Byzantines, it formed the defense of … Wikipedia
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