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Address yourself like royalty with the Castle emoji! This emoji displays a large, Medieval, stone building with multiple towers. Depending on the platform, the emoji may consist of two to four towers as well as various roof colors.

You can use this emoji to metaphorically claim something as your land or kingdom. It could be a place that you are comfortable in, such as your home or your room. Places that you know well may also count.

Instead of messaging your friends “See you at the gym” or “See you at the library,” switch it up to “See you at my kingdom” with the castle emoji. It could lighten up your conversation. But avoid using this with acquaintances as you might come off as arrogant or weird.

Aside from referring to your comfort place as your kingdom, you could use this emoji to refer to someone as a “king” or “queen” — terms that are often used today. In modern times, the slang words “king” and “queen” are used to describe confident and likable people. Usually, the younger generation says these terms a lot on social media.

For example, when a man says something generally agreeable, some people would often comment: “Here king, you dropped this” while adding a Crown emoji. So if you want to show your respect to a king or even a queen in a unique way, you could say something like “Here’s your castle, my liege,” with the castle emoji added.

🏰 Castle is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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Castle Emoji On Different Platforms

Castle Emoji History

Castle Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Castle Emoji Unicode Data