Beaufort Castle

Beaufort Castle

Beaufort Castle can refer to several places:

See also

  • Beaufort (disambiguation)

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  • Beaufort Castle, Luxembourg — Beaufort Castle Beaufort Castle (French: Château de Beaufort) dating from the 11th century consists of the ruins of the medieval fortress and an adjacent Renaissance château. It is located in Beaufort in eastern Luxembourg. Conten …   Wikipedia

  • Beaufort Castle, Lebanon — thumb|250px|right|Beaufort Castle, 1982 Beaufort or Belfort ( ar. قلعة الشقيف, Qala at ash Shqif , he. מבצר הבופור, Mivtsār hāBōfōr ) is a Crusader fortress in Nabatiye Governorate, southern Lebanon, about 1 kilometer (0.62 miles) to the south… …   Wikipedia

  • Beaufort Castle, Scotland — leader. There is record of previous fortifications on the site, for example those of the Bissets, whom the Lovats inherited the lands from, and possibly older.The castle was sold in 1994 to Stagecoach director Ann Gloag by the then Lord Lovat, to …   Wikipedia

  • Beaufort — may refer to: * Beaufort (surname), the surname of many people ** Francis Beaufort ** Duke of Beaufort, a dukedom in the Peerage of England ** Duc de Beaufort, a title in French nobility * Beaufort (automobiles), a German manufacturer of… …   Wikipedia

  • Beaufort (Luxemburgo) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Beefort Comuna de Luxemburgo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Beaufort (film) — Infobox Film name = Beaufort image size = director = Joseph Cedar producer = Moshe Edery writer = Ron Leshem Joseph Cedar narrator = starring = Oshri Cohen Itay Tiran Eli Eltonyo Ohad Knoller Itay Turgeman music = Ishai Adar cinematography = Ofer …   Wikipedia

  • Castle of Vêves — The Castle of Vêves occupies a rocky platform just outside the village of Celles, in the province of Namur, Belgium. It is classified as Major Heritage of Wallonia. According to tradition, the site has been occupied by castles since the time of… …   Wikipedia

  • Beaufort Family —    A branch of the house of LANCASTER, the Beaufort family transmitted the Lancastrian claim to the Crown to the house of TUDOR. The family sprang from the 1396 marriage of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster (1340– 1399), to his longtime mistress… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • Beaufort, Luxembourg — Infobox Luxembourg commune name = Beaufort luxname = Beefort arms = Coat of arms beaufort luxbrg.png LAU2 = 06001 canton = Echternach district = GrevenmacherBeaufort ( lb. Beefort, de. Befort) is a commune and town in eastern Luxembourg. It is… …   Wikipedia

  • Beaufort, Henry, Duke of Somerset — (1436–1464)    The son and heir of Edmund BEAUFORT, second duke of Somerset, Henry Beaufort, third duke of Somerset, was one of the chief military leaders of the Lancastrian cause during the first phase (1459–1461) of the WARS OF THE ROSES.    In …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses