What Is the Difference between a Castle and a Palace?

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A castle is built primarily with the motive of protection and to prove supremacy. A palace is built primarily for comfort and to show royalty. Decoration is the main intent while building a palace but for a castle it is not since it is a fortification.
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Castles were fortifications, while palaces have been built for centuries solely as residences for kings and nobles.
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