Chillon, Castle of

Chillon, Castle of, a castle and state prison built on a rock, 62 ft. from the shore, at the eastern end of the Lake of Geneva; surnamed the Bastille of Switzerland, in which Bonivard, the Genevese patriot, was, as celebrated by Byron, incarcerated for six years; it is now an arsenal.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Chillingworth, William * Chiloë
Childerbert I.
Childerbrand
Childéric I.
Childermas
Childers, Robert C.
Children of the Wood
Chile
Chillianwalla
Chillingham
Chillingworth, William
Chillon, Castle of
Chiloë
Chiltern Hills
Chiltern Hundreds
Chimæra
Chimbora`zo
Chimpanzee
China
China, the Great Wall of
Chinampas
Chincha Islands