Castro

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Castro is a Romance language (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Galician) word, originally derived from Latin "Castrum", a pre-Roman military camp or fortification (cf: Greek: kastron; Proto-Celtic: * *Kassrik; Breton: kaer, *kastro). The English-language equivalent is Chester.

It may refer to :

Places and jurisdictions[edit]

Brazil
  • Castro, Paraná, a municipality in the state of Paraná in the Southern Region of Brazil.
Chile
Greece
  • Curiate Italian designation for the Latin Catholic titular bishopric of Moglæna, now Almopia, a municipality of the Pella regional unit in Greek Macedonia.
Italy
Switzerland
United States

People[edit]

Disambiguation

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