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Address: Barry / Carnoustie / DD7 7RJ / Agnus / Scotland
Address: Discovery Quay / Dundee / DD1 4XA / Scotland
Eilean Donan Castle lies at the point where three Scottish Lochs Meet, Scotland's Most Romantic Castle. In a superbly beautiful and romantic setting, Eilean Donan Castle possesses a dream like quality. The most photographed castle in the world? Certainly Eilean Donan is Scotland's most romantic and recognizable. Although the island of Eilean Donan has been a fortified site for at least eight hundred years, the present building dates largely from the early 20th century. Today's castle, which rose from the ruins of it's predecessor, was rebuilt between 1912 and 1932 by Lieutenant Colonel John MacRae-Gilstrap.
Address: The Harbour / North Berwick / EH39 4SS / Scotland
Address: Castle Rd / Dumbarton / G82 1JJ / Scotland
Address: Harbour Workshop / Victoria Place / Cromarty / Highland / IV11 8YE / Scotland
This Scottish castle dates back to the 13th century and has not played a part in Scottish and English history since the Civil Wars of the 1640's.
Address: Callendar Park / Falkirk / FK1 1YR / Scotland / Tel: 01324 503770
There are more than 350 ancient monuments within a six-mile radius of the village of Kilmartin, Argyll: 150 of them are prehistoric. This extraordinary concentration and diversity of monuments distinguishes the Kilmartin valley as an area of outstanding archaeological importance. Kilmartin House is a world-class centre for archaeology and landscape interpretation which combines a Museum of Ancient Culture and a unique and vibrant visitor centre including intense audio-visual experience "The Valley of Ghosts".
George Square is regarded as the very centre of the city as this is the location of the City Chambers, Glasgow`s main public building. The square was laid out in 1781, even though a few years later it was still being described as a `hollow, filled with green-water, and a favourite resort for drowning puppies, while the banks of this suburban pool were the slaughtering place of horses`. Large two- and three-storey houses were built around it between 1787 and the 1820s, but only the present-day hotel on the square`s northern side retains these early buildings.
The Real Mary Kings Close consists of a number of closes which were originally narrow streets with houses on either side, stretching up to seven storeys high. In 1753, the Burgh Council decided to develop a new building on this site, the Royal Exchange (now the City Chambers). The houses at the top of the closes were knocked down and part of the lower sections were kept and used as the foundations for the Royal Exchange. The remnants of the closes were left beneath the building, dark and ancient dwellings steeped in mystery.
Address: Ruthven / Highland / Scotland
A landmark located on the northern tip of the island of Lewis, Scotland.
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