Castle Hill, Cambridge
The hill is the site of the original settlement, north of the River Cam. There is evidence of pre-Roman activity, but the Romans created a town called Duroliponte here. It was a convenient place to cross the river. At the time it was at the head of the navigable part of the river, then known as the River Granta. St Peter's Church, located halfway up the hill, has some pieces of Roman tile in its walls.
Castle Hill is also near Shire Hall.
- Castle Street, southwest of Castle Hill
- Honey Hill, also to the southwest