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    Craigh na Dun, Stone Circle near Inverness, Scotland

  • Andrew Murray

    Craigh na dun (stone circle featured in Outlander by Diana Gabaldon) #scotland

  • Erin Stephens-Brown

    standing stones

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    Callanish 4 Solstice eve, June 2005 Craigh na Dun (or Craig na Dun) is a fictional stone circle said to be near Inverness. It features in Outlander (Cross Stitch in the U.K.), where a woman uses the stones to pass back through time. The books are part of the Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon, a collection of time-travel romances set in eighteenth-century Scotland against the backdrop of the Jacobite Rebellion.

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