Some Great Castles of Scotland
Created | Updated Mar 21, 2016
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Culzean Castle - Ayrshire, Scotland
Another brilliant folly, this castle is perched on the sea cliffs with beautiful views. Totally rebuilt in the 1700s by Robert Adam, it appears on the back of the Scottish five-pound note. Oh, and it has some lovely grounds which you can take days to explore.
Dumbarton Castle - Dumbarton, Scotland
This is Macbeth's castle (yes he of Shakespeare fame), when he was king. It guards the entrance to the Clyde, is built on a huge rock, was re-fortified up until the Napoleonic Wars. Lots of up and down walking but some stunning views from the battlements.
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- Some Great Castles of England
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- Some Great Castles of Poland
- Some Great Castles of Wales
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